The BMW 6-Series Coupe: a sports car boasting outstanding dynamics and a fascinating heritage.

The BMW brand's large Coupe once again embodies the essence of dynamic capability and exclusive driving pleasure in a stylish and luxurious two-door design. The new BMW 6-Series Coupe represents the latest chapter in a story which now stretches back more than 70 years, a heritage enriched by legendary motor racing glories and numerous icons of automotive design. The unmistakable characteristics which marked out the BMW 327, BMW 503, BMW 3200 CS, BMW 2000 CS and the large Coupes based on the BMW 3.0 CSi - and which since 1976 have been perpetuated by the BMW 6-Series models - can now be enjoyed once again in a fresh interpretation inspired by the future. And so the new BMW 6-Series Coupe reprises the role of trailblazer in terms of aesthetics, dynamics and innovative technology, and provides the perfect next instalment in the tradition of inspirational dream cars from BMW.

The new BMW 6-Series Coupe will be built alongside the new BMW 6-Series Convertible at BMW's Dingolfing plant. The BMW Group's largest production plant also produces the BMW 7-Series and BMW 5-Series. The flexible and efficient manufacturing processes at the plant combine state-of-the-art production technology with a quality standard underpinned by unbeatable precision craftsmanship in the construction of customer-configured premium cars.

    See also:

    5 Series in the Market
    The things that trouble me about the 5 Series — high price, fewer standard features than some competing models — are things that sort themselves out. If BMW is asking too much for too little, cons ...

    What to do if...
    Only a black screen is visible. Switch on the system. There are no options available on the screen. Switch over between the display screens. Radio stations or TV channels are grayed out ...

    System limits
    Personal responsibility The high-beam assistant cannot serve as a substitute for the driver's personal judgment of when to use the high beams. Therefore, manually switch off the high beams in ...