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03/06/2013    5:20 PM
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Also making its debut at the 2013 Geneva show is the Geneva 2013: AC Schnitzer 6 Series Gran Coupe M Sport

The 6 Series Gran Coupe M Sport gets a center bumper metal grille, carbon fiber front lip, carbon fiber rear diffuser, and exhaust tail pipes.

Interior bits include painted trim, ACS iDrive knob, hand brake handle, shift knob, and aluminum pedals.

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11/23/2012    8:45 AM
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Hamann reveals its complete aero kit for the M Sport 6 Series coupe (F13) and convertible (F12) models, consisting of:

HAMANN COMPETITION FRONT SPOILER
HAMANN SIDE SILLS
HAMANN REAR SPOILER
HAMANN REAR CENTER MOLDING 4-TAILPIPES (with cut out for HAMANN 4 tailpipes rear muffler)

This kit joins Hamann’s already released standard 6 Series Coupe/Convertible kit.

02/24/2012    12:30 PM
COMMENTS: 18

BMW is set to add another variant of the Coupe and Convertible to the BMW 6 Series line-up with the arrival of the BMW 640d xDrive Coupe and Convertible in spring 2012. Intelligent all-wheel drive – making its debut in the BMW 6 Series – teams up with a six-cylinder in-line diesel engine featuring BMW TwinPower Turbo technology to take driving pleasure to another new level. The combination of a diesel engine and BMW xDrive all-wheel drive, which will also be found in the BMW 640d xDrive Convertible, gives the BMW 6 Series a spread of abilities none of its rivals can match.

The new BMW 640d xDrive Coupe accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 5.2 seconds. The 230 kW/313 hp diesel powerplant … CONTINUED

03/28/2011    1:46 PM
COMMENTS: 44

We bring you the first clear look at the 2012 6-series M-sport kit on an F13 coupe. Although covered in camouflage tape, it’s easy to make out the shape and style of the various 6-series M sport parts – the front bumper, sideskirts, and rear bumper. In our opinion, the beefy new front bumper which adds to the 6-series’ thin and angular front fascia gives BMW’s top end coupe a much more aggressive character.

The front bumper draws some lines from the F10 5-series M-sport (notably the middle portions), but the bottom/side parts of the side air inlets appear to taper in rather than go straight down as in the F10′s. Also, the front splitter fins don’t appear to come to an angle as on the … CONTINUED