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BMW 6-Series Coupe
  • Wider and lower than before, the new 6-Series is certainly attractive if not a natural beauty.

  • This I think is enhanced by the new M Sport specification that's launched at the same time and includes an M Aerodynamic body kit.

  • The kit includes deeper, more aggressive front and rear aprons with chunkier side skirts.

  • There's also a practical boot with practical ski hatch.

  • The rear styling of the BMW 6-Series Coupe.

  • These 19-inch double-spoke alloy wheels are part of the M Sport specification.

  • The front design of the BMW 6-Series Coupe.

  • Our test car was fitted with optional Adaptive LED headlights, a first for BMW they're a costly £1,665 option. They give an impressive white light though.

  • The 6 has to have one of the most attractive, driver-focused interiors that BMW has produced. I really liked the sweeping dash section that  runs along the centre console.

  • Space in the back is tight, but should be fine for children, or adults on short trips.

  • Attractive dial are a mix of analogue and digital.

  • The BMW Professional satellite-navigation has a massive 10.2"screen which dominates the dashboard, but its regular traffic updates got me out of at least two serious jams.

  • Supportive standard seats trimmed in dakota leather.

  • The 640d M Sport is an accomplished and fast grand tourer, fitted with a peach of diesel engine.

  • I particularly like the high, defined shoulder line and the rear styling. The way the rear light clusters fold into the rear quarters looks particularly sleek.