If there is one BMW model that is known for its ability to revel in many personality traits, it would be the BMW 6-Series. Typically viewed as a 640i convertible that features all-wheel drive and the ability to act as an all-season cruiser, consumers who purchase a BMW 6-Series are entitled to enjoying their top-down vehicle. However, what many consumers do not see too often would be the mightily-powered M6 coupe that features a manual transmission and a 650i Gran Coupe that features a luxurious four-door entrance that simply charms anyone who looks in its direction.
From the looks of the all new 2013 BMW 6-Series lineup, it appears that this year's models appear in a very wild and varied sense of purpose. This year's lineup is specifically very appealing to a demographic of different kinds of luxury-car consumers but all models in the lineup share one thing in common: they are extremely expensive. Although the price of this lineup tends to skyrocket towards an area that remains unrivaled, when purchasing a 2013 BMW 6-Series model you understand that you are not only purchasing a vehicle that takes you from point A to point B, but you are investing in the finest driving machine.
With each given year coming to a conclusion as we know it, you come to realize it's time for another line of yearly models to come out and show the world all they have to offer. BMW comes out with a new model line of vehicles each year, this year happens to be the 2012 6-Series that features a stylish new convertible. Each passing year leaves behind an older model and brings on innovative and stylistic new model, which is meant to show improvement and keep car buffs wondering what's next. Well, it's time to take a real look at the brand new line of 2012 BMW 6-Series vehicles, many of which will not surprise you! This is a review based upon the comparisons of the 2011 BMW 6-Series and the 2012 BMW 6-Series.
The BMW 6-series has always seemed to me, to be a standout model in the BMW line-up. When put next to the 1, 3, 5 or 7 series it is ironically enough, the odd one out. Some may call the BMW 6-series a two door version of BMW's 5-series, and with the new 2011 version of the 5, that seems truer than ever. But that's merely at a glance. Clearly not the focus of BMW's 2011 line-up, with there only being two model options for the BMW 6-series. The 650i is available in coupe or convertible, with an optional sport package that mainly just improves the handling, and offers nothing in the way of boosting horsepower. With 360hp standard for the 4.8 litre V-8 these cars come out of the factory with, it does leave little do be desired when blasting down the freeway at 100 plus miles per hour.