On the 2010 Paris Motor Show, showcases the experience the brand has acquired in more than 70 years of building sporty and elegant coupes. BMW automaker has released the first pictures of the Concept 6-Series Coupe. The BMW 6-Series Coupe Concept is a fascinating vision that blends traditional values with innovative design language and also paves the way for a new, aesthetically powerful and dynamic interpretation of this breed of vehicle.
BMW 6-Series Coupe Concept, the German premium carmaker is presenting a new definition of luxury-class 2+2-seater driving enjoyment and exclusiveness. Designed to be a “stylish and authentic expression of superior sports performance,” the car is effectively a two-door version of the Concept Gran Coupe. As such, it features LED headlights, a massive twin-kidney grille, a four-tailpipe exhaust system, and 20-inch aluminum wheels.
The interior of 2010 BMW 6-Series Coupe Concept conveys functionality, elegance and exclusiveness. The fluent lines and smooth transitions in the cockpit area produce an ambience that extends to the whole interior, embracing both the front- and the rear-seat occupants. The driver-centric interior design is typical of BMW and a hallmark of a sports coupe.
Keynotes are the exceptionally stylish design in the centre console area and, providing a further innovative touch, the freestanding 10.2-inch iDrive Control Display in the centre of the instrument panel. The concept model is also equipped with the Head-Up Display system that offers world-beating functionality and display quality. For maximum listening quality, the hi-fi system was designed specially for the BMW 6-Series Coupé Concept using high-quality components from Danish audio systems specialists Bang & Olufsen.
While the company declined to talk engine specifics, it’s safe to assume power is provided by a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 with 395 hp (294 kW / 400 PS) and 450 lb-ft (609 Nm) of torque. More information will be released later this month, so stay tuned to Newcarupdate for continuing coverage.