2018 BMW 6 SERIES IN Durham

The Premium Look of the 2018 BMW 6 Series is Unparalleled

There's a lot to love about the new 2018 BMW 6 Series--and a lost to lust after, too. This year's model line includes only Gran Coupe and Convertible configurations, as the BMW 6 Series Coupe has been retired. Trim levels for the 2018 model-year include the BMW 640i, 650i, and the ultra-high-performance ALPINA B6.

Deluxe Interior Comfort

The premium BMW 6 Series boasts an aesthetically-stunning and driver-focused interior that's loaded with signature features and luxury amenities, like dual-zone automatic climate control, leather upholstery, and a comfortable heated steering wheel. There are some interior differences between the 640i and the 650i, but in general the two trim levels are very similar in cabin feature availability.


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A Lusciously Tempting Design

Try to remember to breathe when you first see the 2018 BMW 6 Series, because it might leave you gasping; an inspired and fluid design drapes the body of the 6 Series in flowing lines and graceful curves. But, even a quick look leaves no doubt that there's pure muscle in every inch.

Turbocharged Performance with Flair

Power option is really where you'll find the most difference in the new BMW 6 Series. New 2018 640i models come standard with a 315-horsepower 3.0-liter turbocharged six-cylinder engine, while the more-potent 2018 650i offers a standard 445-horsepower 4.4-liter turbocharged Turbo V-8 engine. If you choose the legendary ALPINA B6, you'll get 600 horsepower from a massive turbocharged BMW engine. xDrive AWD is available on all models.


Well-Connected and Secure

You got into this game to make connections--fortunately, the 2018 BMW 6 Series is great at that. All models come standard with BMW ConnectedDrive, that runs on a sprawling, tablet-like touchscreen, with the added option of a touchpad controller that sits below the shift knob, and lets you access media. And, since the BMW 6 Series doesn't do anything halfway, safety is big, too: options include blind spot monitoring, head-up display, lane departure warning, front collision warning with low-speed automatic braking, adaptive cruise control and enhanced front collision mitigation, an automated parking system, and side- and top-view cameras.


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