BMW 6-Series Coupe
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Under the hood of the 650i variant of BMW 6 Series coupe, the only one available in India, lies a powerful gasoline engine, which generates a maximum output of 270 kW @ 6300 rpm and a peak torque of 490 Nm @ 3400 rpm. The eight-cylinder V8 engine delivers impressive performance, with exceptional smoothness. Double vanos and Valvetronic technology of the coupe makes driving an effortless task.
Design And Comfort
The wide stance and long bonnet give BMW 6 Series coupe an eye-catching appearance. Body colored bumpers, sparkling headlamps, sleek double-kidney shaped front grille and clear lens jewel-like fog lamps enhance the sporty appearance of the frontage. The muscular rear end is adorned by dazzling tail lamps and an additional brake light, integrated in the spoiler lip. The interiors of the car are roomy and quite comfortable. Four people can easily fit into the two-door coupe.
The dynamism of the exteriors of BMW 6 Series coupe is extended to its plush interiors as well. Top quality materials are used in the cabin to provide functionality and exclusivity to the car. The 2+2 seater has generous boot space too and a good amount of legroom for rear seat passengers. Upholstered in finest Dakota leather, the cabin gets sleek wooden trim in the trendy instrument cluster and leather wrapped steering wheel with multi-function buttons. Standard features found in the 650i variant of BMW 6 Series coupe include automatic air-conditioning, power windows and power door locks.
Ride And Handling
The Active Steering System of BMW 6 Series coupe makes use of an electric motor, which modifies the wheel angle according to the increasing and decreasing speed of the vehicle. The optional Dynamic Drive active suspension system takes handling precision to a new high. It not only provides optimum stability to the automobile, but also offers high level of riding comfort by minimizing body roll via the active anti-roll bars, positioned on the front and rear axles. This ensures a smooth ride for all its passengers.