Refined elegance and raw performance, topless. –
In-your-face styling and a head-turner of the first order that’s still chic as fuck and can easily be parked in the in-laws’ driveway. In most ways just a bit different from what you’re used to, in a very pleasant way. It started at launch; BMW, just like Porsche with the Boxster and Cayman, decided to introduce the 6 Series as a convertible first. And we understand, because it is so beautiful topless.
This is, in our humble opinion, one of the last true cars. A car that gives you the daily mileage while the really stupid stuff stays in the barn. Do you make concessions then? Well, no. With Dynamic Drive Control, you switch between Comfort, where you can drive in complete relaxation and the suspension filters out all the bumps. As soon as you are lured into the “Sport” setting, everything goes haywire. The counters are on deep red and with two fingers in the kidneys, the 3.0-litre in-line six-cylinder with three blowers presses 320 hp to the rear wheels. In 5.7 seconds to the -I want to film-, so topless.
According to BMW, the new 6 Series is 50% stiffer than the generation before it. So the generalising comment about the handling of a convertible is a thing of the past. And then a word about the roof; it opens and closes up to 40 km/h. That has something to do with getting a few rays of sunshine in a traffic jam on the A1. And then to the options; the first owner was obviously someone who made no concessions; all the options (!) are there. Seat cooling, heating, Harman&Kardon, cameras all around and the wide multimedia screen are not essential, but they make this car complete. Dealer serviced, 31 thousand kilometres driven and completely damage free. Here’s -M-.
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