The Concept 6 Series Coupe made its north american debut today at the 2010 LA Auto Show after making its world debut last month at the Paris Motorshow. The concept is expected to be a very accurate preview of what the production 6-series coupe will be.
The official release and announcement of the 6-series convertible is coming today. Autoexpress has already printed photos in their latest edition and BMW insider Scott teases with the same announcement. Stay tuned to our homepage!
This 6-series convertible image has been posted without much fanfare on Autobild.de. Could it possibly be a leak of the upcoming 2012 6-series convertible? Possible as we don’t recall seeing a similar image upon which the render could be based. If this is indeed the 6-series convertible, it looks to be the 650i cabrio (with style 356 wheels), which will begin production in March 2011. The F13 6-series will come with a traditional cloth roof.
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Here are our latest spy photos of the 2012 M6 Coupe (F12) and Convertible (F13). The coupe is showing a camouflaged front bumper but the production wheel design, and the convertible is not yet testing with its production bumper. The coupe will look essentially like the 6-series coupe concept debuted at the 2010 Paris Motor Show, albeit with M body styling and other bits.
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We bring you the first significant 2012 M6 video from on and around the Nurburgring. Although its still heavily camouflaged, much of its looks have already been revealed with 6-series Concept Coupe from the Paris Motor Show. The new M6 Coupe will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2012. The M6 Cabrio will follow later in 2012. An M6 Gran Coupe (4 door) will arrive in late 2013. A Possible M6 Shooting brake is under consideration. … CONTINUED
Alpine325ci gives us a digital preview of what the 2012 M6 coupe could resemble in yet another stunning image. The 2012 M6 coupe will share the same motor and drivetrain as the upcoming M5 will debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2012.The M6 Cabrio will follow later in 2012. M6 Gran Coupe will arrive in late 2013. A Possible M6 Shooting brake is on the cards.
We bring you the first look at the 2012 M6 cabrio (F13) in testing. Previous M6 sightings have all been of the M6 coupe. This M6 test mule features a cloth top and still wears the bumper from the regular 6-series, but features the signature M quad exhausts, large wheels, and huge brakes. Although we have gotten a glimpse at the production bumper previously here: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=420642
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BMW has launched a special section for the F12 6-series Coupe Concept on the bmw.de site (link here). The section features new photos and the first video (below). On Sept. 30, the first press day at Paris Motor Show, the car’s design story full video will also be launched on the site. Signup on the page for e-mail updates regarding the 6-series coupe concept.
We bring you the closest and clearest photos yet of the upcoming 6-series interior. The interior looks largely the same from the first interior spyshots from May, and continues to share a majority of its design and elements with the beautiful F10 5-series interior, with the major exception of the navigation screen, which is fixed like the 5-series, but not integrated into the dash.
This particular car was a convertible version.
The 2012 6-series is expected to debut at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show.
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The 2012 M6 (F12) has now been spotted with its production bumper for the first time. Spotted at the Nurburgring, this M6 prototype wears its M bumper, as well as showing its LED lights in action. We believe that the shape of the bumper camouflage may be intentionally deceiving and that the bumper fins will slant outwards just as seen on the M5 prototype.
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