The “four-door coupe” take on the concept of BMW is the large 6-series Gran Coupe and whenever you see it you cannot deny it is a stunner. This one irrespective of the terminology is a 5- series sedan which looks better. The BMW, unlike its competitors, is modeled on an actual rear two-door coupe. The Gran Coupe refresh should not come as a surprise if the 6-series getting an update for 2015.
The changes to the Gran Coupe will be only visible to the experts and fanatics of the BMW when it is with 6-series coupe and convertible for 2015. Full-width lower intake design is offered to the front fascia which is akin to the latest products of the Mercedes-AMG because one vertical slat has been removed from the grille. It standard for the vehicle to have full LED lights, and it also has turn-signal lights moving upwards from the bottom towards lighting units. Turn-signals are also placed on door mirrors, and more refresh have been offered for trim, color and wheel options.
Theme of light-refresh also continues in the cabin, and it gets more usable space and more chrome. The back passenger seats remain clogged and don’t take it lightly, the Gran Coupe of 6-series is not a choice over the 7 series in terms of passenger carrying duty.
Mechanics of the 6-series Gran Coupe has not been interfered with by BMW and an eight-speed automatic transmission is the only option you get. However, you can choose between the rear-wheel drive and the AWD xDrive for Drivetrain. The engine for the entry level 640i is the 3.0 Liter inline-6 offering 315 horses and it is turbocharged. The Gran Coupe also gets a new exhaust setup. If you want a more robust choice then the 650i Gran Coupe with 445 horsepower offered by the 4.4 Liter V-8 will be more appropriate. The minimal update for the BMW 6-series Gran Coupe has retained its hotness.