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Updated BMW 6 Series pricing and specification announced

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BMW Australia has announced pricing of the revitalised 6 Series range ahead of its arrival next month. Pricing starts from $177,900 plus on-road costs for the 640i Coupe and stretches to $247,900 for the 650i Convertible.

The mid-life improvement includes minor tweaks to its exterior and interior, improved equipment levels and more customisation than ever before.

Headlining the new exterior is the revised BMW kidney grille, along with newly developed full-LED headlights which are standard across the range. The front bumper is now sharper and wider with the lower air intakes no a single stylistic unit.

The rear bumper of six-cylinder models now features larger surrounds for the exhaust system’s tailpipe embellishers, whose diameter has been increased from 80 to 90 millimetres. Elsewhere, a newly designed 20-inch multi-spoke variant has been added to the selection of optional light-alloy wheels for non M models.

Customers can select from Citrin Black, Ruby Black, Moonstone and Tanzanite Blue in addition to the range of existing metallic and non-metallic paintworks.

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The interior has been updated with new trim, including high-gloss black surfaces in the centre console. The use of LED units for the illumination of the footwells, door exits and glove compartment provides a more even distribution of light.

The 2015 BMW 6 Series range carries over the engine line up from the pre-update versions, which includes six-cylinder boosted petrol and diesel units, as well as the range topping twin-turbo 4.0-litre V8 petrol developing 330kW and 650Nm in the 650i. The same mill also powers the bahn-storming M6 albeit with a different tune to produce 412kW and 680Nm, which allows the M6 to sprint from zero to 100km/h in just 4.2 seconds.

All petrol models now offer an even more dramatic engine soundtrack thanks to a standard-fitted sports exhaust system with switchable flap. Also standard for 2015 is the Connected Drive navigation package, a hands-free facility with USB interface and a SIM card embedded in the car. The SIM card enables use of the likewise standard Intelligent Emergency Call system and BMW TeleServices, as well as data transfer for other functions, such as ConnectedDrive Services and Real Time Traffic Information for the navigation system.

BMW 6 Series Australian Pricing and additional standard specification

BMW 640i Coupe – $177,900
BMW 640i Gran Coupe – $184,900
BMW 640d Gran Coupe – $184,900
BMW 640i Convertible – $193,900

  • Adaptive LED Headlights (Coupe and Convertible only. Already standard on Gran Coupe)
  • BMW Individual paint (Citrin Black, Ruby Black, Moonstone, Tanzanite)
  • DAB+ Digital Radio
  • Driving Assistant Plus
  • Lane Change Warning
  • Parking Assistant
  • Soft Close Doors
  • Sunblind for Rear window (Gran Coupe and Coupe only)
  • Sunblinds for Rear side windows (Gran Coupe only)
  • Surround View
  • Wind Deflector (Convertible only)

BMW 650i Coupe – $231,900
BMW 650i Gran Coupe – $238,900
BMW 650i Convertible – $247,900

  • 20-inch light alloy wheels
  • Adaptive LED Headlights (Coupe and Convertible only. Already standard on Gran Coupe)
  • BMW Individual paint (Citrin Black, Ruby Black, Moonstone, Tanzanite)
  • DAB+ Digital Radio
  • Driving Assistant Plus
  • Lane Change Warning
  • Parking Assistant
  • Sunblind for Rear window (Gran Coupe and Coupe only)
  • Sunblinds for Rear side windows (Gran Coupe only)
  • Wind Deflector (Convertible only)

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