The atmosphere of luxurious interiors highlighted by a driver-oriented cockpit set-up and wrap the front passenger and rear passengers in the exclusive sense of security. Nowhere is the functionality of high-class interior underlined more prominent than in the re-design freestanding Control Standard view iDrive control system is fitted.
New BMW 6-Series is available with two engine variants of the launch. The eight-cylinder powerplant in the BMW 650i Convertible produces 300 kW/407 hp, while the exclusive variants-line in the six-cylinder engines with BMW TwinPower Turbo, direct injection and Valvetronic-produced 235 kW/320 hp - have been developed for the BMW 640i Convertible. The two teams with engines as standard-speed Sports automatic gearbox eight. Fit the standard BMW EfficientDynamics features including Auto Start-Stop function on the BMW 640i Convertible.
BMW 6-Series new Convertible comes as standard with Dynamic Drive Control, which allows the driver to choose his own suspension settings, while the Adaptive Drive system available as an option with electrically controlled dampers and roll stabilization. In addition to fitting standard electromechanical power steering, another feature unique in this segment is optional Integral Active Steering system. Chassis technology unmatched in its segment to work together with sophisticated machinery to ensure a greater dynamic capabilities and the same improvements seen in the comfort compared to its predecessor.
New BMW 6-Series also underline the progressive character of the BMW ConnectedDrive range of features that no competitor can match. Selection of optional driver assistance systems including rearview camera, Surround View, BMW Night Vision with pedestrian recognition and BMW Parking Assistant. New BMW 6-Series is the only car in the segment that will be available with Head-Up Display. Making his debut in a new soft top, the latest generation system uses a wider color palette to create more detailed images and sharp.
BMW 6-Series looks elegant and sporty elegance reflected in athletics and taste-tingling its sporty exterior design. A hood, a long sweep, set-back passenger compartment, long wheelbase and flat waist combine to create the proportions typical of BMW convertibles. Proper interaction of the eye-catching and carefully sculpted surfaces to help give the new BMW 6-Series Sedan looks like a catch.
Like the projection line from the nose of the car and continue along the full length, the curved surface of the body in harmony to take cues from the movement of waves sent by the bow of a boat motor piercing the water. Continuing the theme, the waist of the body surface that lead to mimic the character of the interior deck.
New BMW 6-Series also features a dynamic character in its front end design. That is, a large slightly forward-sloping BMW kidney grille - its "shark nose" - gives the car a sense of surging forward, while the air intake wide, contoured striking hats and muscular wheel arches suggests a strong engine technology and impressive roadholding. High quality chrome elements positioned on the outer edge of the front apron further highlight the wide cars. The foglamps optional three-unit consists of a series of LEDs placed in front of the elements of chrome.
Wide and flat rear surface determines the BMW 6-Series Convertible new. The dominance of horizontal lines add extra emphasis to a wider track than a new car than its predecessor. In addition, lines down together underline the focus on street cars, echoing the approach on the front end. This V-shape typically made by the line including the edge of the boot lid, plate surrounds and contours of reflectors positioned in the bumper. Slightly concave on the bottom of the boot lid to produce effects of light and shadow that lend an extra light to the rear of the car. Two rear light clusters provide a brand familiar L-shape edge, especially sporty dynamic. In the unit, two strips of LED lights to create the look of BMW-powered intimate evening. Indicators and brake lights are also LED units.
New BMW 6-Series Convertible is equipped with newly developed lightweight seats with integrated seat belt systems, and chairs are available in three variants. As an alternative to standard items, customers can also order sport seats with integral head restraint or seat comfortably with a wider range of adjustment. All variants come with restrictions chair crashes head-on.
The range of standard safety equipment includes front airbags, head-chest side airbags integrated into the seat frame, automatic three-point belts for all seats, belt force limiting front and belt tensioners, ISOFIX child seat behind the mountain and roll-protection system. Roll-over system further developed specifically for the BMW 6-Series Convertible consists of two rods placed behind the rear head restraints. Immediately after the central electronic safety hazard register the car rolled over, pyrotechnic release mechanism is activated, at which point high-strength aluminum bars rose from their resting position in a split second.
Instantaneous power development and majestic torque are the stand-out features of the two engines available for the new BMW 6-Series Convertible from launch. The V8 powerplant and six-cylinder in-line unit both have BMW TwinPower Turbo technology and direct injection, and combine their sporting character with outstanding smoothness and exceptional efficiency.
The 4.4-litre eight-cylinder engine in the new BMW 650i Convertible develops a maximum 300 kW/407 hp between 5,500 and 6,400 rpm, and puts its peak torque of 600 Newton metres (443 lb-ft) on tap between 1,750 and 4,500 rpm. This unique engine, whose turbochargers are positioned in the V-shaped area between the cylinder banks, produces an instantaneous and sustained wave of power, making it a feast for the enthusiast driver. The new BMW 650i Convertible completes the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.0 seconds, and the engine electronics eventually step in to halt acceleration at 250 km/h (155 mph). This range-topping engine also boasts extraordinary efficiency for a model in its output class, as average fuel consumption of 10.7 litres per 100 kilometres in the EU test cycle (26.4 mpg imp) and CO2 emissions of 249 grams per kilometre clearly show.
The six-cylinder in-line engine under the bonnet of the new BMW 640i Convertible complements its BMW TwinPower Turbo technology and petrol direct injection with VALVETRONIC fully variable valve control. All of which enables the 3.0-litre unit to develop a maximum 235 kW/320 hp at 5,800 rpm and maximum torque of 450 Newton metres (332 lb-ft) between 1,300 and 4,500 rpm. This engine propels the BMW 640i Convertible from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.7 seconds and on to an electronically limited top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph). Its average fuel economy in the EU test cycle comes in at 7.9 litres per 100 kilometres (35.8 mpg imp), while CO2 emissions are 185 grams per kilometre.
The new BMW 6-Series Convertible is built at the BMW plant in Dingolfing, Germany. Also rolling off the assembly line at the BMW Group's Largest production plant are the BMW 7-Series and BMW 5-Series models. The flexible and efficient processes at the plant combine state-of-the-art production technology with a standard of quality defined by meticulous Craftsmanship in the manufacture of premium cars, configured to customer requirements.