BMW have officially released pictures of the third generation of the top-class Coupé ahead of its Shanghai debut.
Designed to be the flagship of BMW’s Coupe design the car is packed with features, including detailing such as the shark nose with the usual xenon light clusters.
The rear of the car hints at the power of the coupe detailing a twin Exhaust array, saving the usual quad for the exclusive M-Series rumoured to be shown with the M6 at Frankfurt later this year.
Officially announced is 2 engines:-
650i Will be powered by a 4.4 liter v8 twin turbo with a power output of 300 kW/407 hp at 5,500 – 6,400 rpm, 0-62 mph of 4.9 Seconds.
640i Will be powered by a 3.0 litre twin turbo with a power output of 235 kW/320 hp at 5,800 rpm, 0-62 mph of 5.4.
We expect some diesel models along with a hybrid to be introduced in 2012.
Today at the Nurburgring we spotted 3 different models of the 6 series Cabriolet one was the 650cv/cp and the other too was a 640cp/cv.
The new 6 series lineup will feature a coupe, a convertible and a 4 door coupe along the lines of the Gran Coupe Concept.
Rumors also have BMW working on a late addition offering the m6 variant late in 2012-13 with the 4.4 twin turbo from the f10 m5.
It looks like BMW are serious to improve the 6 Series with the new generation 6 and we expect the first showings of the upcoming cars either late 2010-2011.
Today we spotted a shiny Lamborghini LP640 being loaded on to the trailer with the same crew as the recently spotted LP-560-4 facelift.
Could this be the same car which is meant to be at the Goodward Festival Of Speed in July, If so the facelifted car was probably getting some shakedown test’s prior to next months event.
I can see no other reason why a LP640 would be sat Idle waiting for its travel companion without being seen, then again it might be on the track tommorow only time will tell.