BMW 6 Series

The new BMW 6 Series convertible has a new sleek and sporty look

28 Sep 2011

The BMW 6 series has plenty of torque and a powerful pick up, but the only real surprise in store for driver’s is the altered body shape.
Fans of BMW will notice a longer shark like nose, and a body which tapers more than in previous models.

 

 

The design language of Adrian van Hooydonk, BMW Head of Design, becomes a little better established with this model. The BMW 650i displays van Hooydonk’s signature strong character lines with fluid shapes on the car’s exterior intercepted by hard lines and creases.

Taking it’s inspiration from the shape of speedboats, the 650i convertible has
a long, sweeping bonnet, small set-back passenger compartment, long wheelbase
and flat waistline.

Nice and roomy in the front, the backseat is quite compact, so best suited to small people or just your weekender bags. Perfect for slipping away from the city, the quick and comfy BMW 650i is a powerful and athletic motor vehicle.

A rear-wheel drive the 650i is fitted a twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 engine, and has a Professional LOGIC 7 hifi system. The neat starting price for this head-turning convertible is just $AUD248,300.

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