BMW is one of many carmakers guilty of naming things that are not coupes coupes. Which is what made the 6 Series Coupe cool—it was actually a coupe. With two doors and everything. But before you get too excited by this reminder, know that BMW isn’t making them anymore.
BMW issued a recall today of about 1.3 million cars worldwide over the incorrect mounting of the battery cable cover in 5 and 6 Series models built between 2003 and 2010. The Chicago Tribune reports that BMW is not aware of any accidents or injuries related to the problem.
Meet the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe — the latest German sedan trying to con us into thinking that a slicked-back hairline can make it into a coupe. But, hey, at least BMW accidentally told us an "M" version is coming. UPDATE!
It's been some time since we've featured a report from our continuing look at people parking cars like asshats — like L.A. Lakers center Andrew Bynum, caught here sprawling his BMW 650i convertible across two handicapped spaces.
BMW's long-awaited four-door coupe model's apparently nearing the end of its development pipeline, as newly retrieved patent images indicate. The elegant new model will be essentially a four-portal 6 Series competing with the Mercedes-Benz CLS and Audi A7.
There presently isn't a CSI Atlanta edition, however it's inevitable that every city in the U.S. get its own spin-off of that crime drama. Should that be the case, today's Georgia-based Nice Price or Crack Pipe 635CSi could certainly star, but only if its price proves a key piece of evidence.
The 6er obsessives at 6post noticed this advertisement from the Dutch newspaper NRC Handelsblad, which appears to show the new BMW 6-series with the expected M-Sport visual tweaks, including the "not-quite-M" U-shaped intake.
The first photo of the convertible-ized 2012 BMW 6 Series has leaked out onto the internets. The design looks exactly like the BMW 6 Series Coupe Concept — except without a roof. [e90post]
And I didn't speak up, because I didn't own an E63 BMW M6. [CarGuyDad]
BMW may call this the "Concept" 6 Series Coupé, but we'll call it what it is: a near-perfect first look at the 2012 BMW 6 Series. What's it show? How about a simplified, de-Bangled exterior and updated interior.
BMW apparently wanted to use the address blogaboutthis.com, but it was already sold. So they didn't. Moving along...
Our pal Gustav from M5Board rides shotgun in a 600-hp tuned G-Power BMW M3 as his pal chases down a trio of 2012 BMW 6-Series prototypes. We love Germany.
It's hard to not be detail-oriented when buying a new car. Jeff G. went all out for BMWBlog, hyperstalking his car from the factory to his dealer. This one of the most obsessive things we've ever seen. —Ed.
Typically, when cars from the old country make the trip across the Atlantic, they get their cojones lopped. However, that's not the case with today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe Bimmer, which should sound off like it's got a pair.
The 2007 Concept CS was a Shanghai surprise of refined Bangle-era BMW styling. Now, three years later, the German brand's trying to again redefine their look and feel with the Concept Gran Coupé — that'll make an elegant 6 Series.
Thieves recently stole six BMWs destined for the New York Auto Show, including a rare 5-series worth $90,000, from a processing center at the New Jersey port.
According to BMW North America CEO Jim O'Donnell, the 2012 BMW 6-series will come with a radical new technology codenamed "good looks" that's apparently able to prevent passersby from vomiting at the sight of it. Ain't progress grand? [BimmerPost]
In 2003, BMW brought the 6-Series back after a 14-year hiatus. Some felt it didn't pay homage to the classic 635CSi. Now, Racer X has come to the rescue with their BMW RZ-M6 concept.
Like all children of the Back To The Future generation, we can vividly remember the moment Marty spies his nemesis Griff Tannen in his hover BMW during the second installment of the futuristic trilogy — though we were never huge enough fans to track down the original movie car, buy it and attempt a complete…
In another setback to French dreams of displaying the All-Time Eternal Project Car Damnation MegaTrophy (which turns into a pile of red powder within a few weeks) at the top of the Eiffel Tower, the hybridized British Leyland machine obliterated the Peugeot diesel in yesterday's Choose Your Eternity poll. The endless…