The BMW 6 Series is a scope of fabulous tourers delivered by BMW since 1976. It is the successor to the E9 Coupé and is as of now in its fourth era.

The original BMW E24 6 Series was accessible exclusively as a two-entryway car and created from 1976 to 1989, at that point it was replaced by the BMW 8 Series (E31) despite the fact that the last had a significantly more expensive rate and execution. At the point when the 6 Series nameplate was resuscitated in 2004 for the subsequent age, the BMW E63/E64 6 Series, the car was joined by a convertible body style. The third era F06/F12/F13 6 Series appeared in 2011 as a car and convertible, and included a four-entryway roadster body style (known as the Gran Coupé) in 2012. At the point when the F06/F12/F13 6 Series finished generation, the “Gran Coupé”/roadster/convertible models have been moved into the more upmarket BMW 8 Series (G15) nameplate. The fourth era 6 Series, the G32 6 Series, appeared in mid-2017 and is offered uniquely as a fastback body style to supplement the BMW 5 Series (G30) car/wagon.[1][2]

The original 6 Series was gotten from the BMW E23 7 Series, and was fueled by a scope of normally suctioned inline-six gas motors. Following ages have been fueled by inline-four, V8, and V10 motors with both regular goal and turbocharging. Since 2008, diesel motors have been incorporated into the 6 Series range, with four-wheel drive models on offer since 2012.[3]

Since the original BMW E24 6 Series in 1983, the sum total of what models have been offered with an elite M variation.

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