As we approach the world premiere of the new BMW 6 Series Coupe, new photos of the concept continue to surface.
The car will be officially unveiled on September 30th at the Paris Auto Show and the first production model will arrive at Geneva in 2011.
The redesigned 6er Coupe will continue to fight for the crown in the high-end segment of premium, luxurious, sporty Coupe vehicles.
The 2+2 coupe inherits some design cues from the regrettable CS Concept and it aligns itself with the design language seen on the new 5 and 7 Series. The 6 Series retains the two door design with the forthcoming Gran Coupe carrying the 4-door coupe design.
As with the new 5 and 7 Series, the aesthetics of the interior design have moved up the luxury scale, with fluid lines and higher quality materials. BMW remains true to its core design elements and the BMW Concept 6 Series Coupe continues to feature the driver-oriented cockpit, which underlines the sporty character of the 6 Series.
The interior is dominated by the large 10.2 inch display that reveals the latest infotainment system from BMW. Framed by a chrome plated frame, the flat-screen takes a more upright position, in contrast to the built-in approach we have seen in previous models.
To learn more about the BMW 6 Series Coupe Concept, click here.