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2013 BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe spied on Nurburgring

It seems that today Nurburgring is the keyword as we got new spy photos caught on the famous German circuit, this time with the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe, a model which was caught on tape few days ago while undergoing tests in Germany. The four-door coupe model is scheduled to make its debut in late 2012 or somewhere in 2013, the new body style of the 6 Series sharing the same wheelbase dimension with the current 5 Series while still coming with a B-pillar but frameless windows.

2013 BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe spied

2013 BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe spied

According to the first details, under the hood, power is most likely to come from a 3.0-liter six-cylinder unit able to produce 300 horsepower.

New BMW X6 M spied on the Nurburgring

Here are some spy photos with the M version of the BMW X6 while the German engineers were testing the model which is supposed to pack a new diesel engine. Few days ago, Brian Watts, BMW M Manager confirmed that the German company is looking forward to introduce a diesel engine in the range of the X6 M. We got no confirmation that the model in these photos is actually a diesel-powered X6 but judging by the new hood, we think that it might be.

BMW X6 M spied

BMW X6 M spied

As you can see, the new bonnet is slightly camouflaged and comes with three air vents which help the engine to cool better.

VIDEO: BMW M5 F10 laps the Laguna Seca

The American department of BMW decided to publish a new video with the M5 F10, this time the German model lapping the Laguna Seca circuit from California. Under the bonnet, the M model based on the current-generation 5 Series packs a 4.4-liter V8 twin-turbo engine developing 560 horsepower and 680 Nm of torque. Mated to a seven-speed Double Clutch Transmission, the German model accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 4,4 seconds hitting a top speed of 250 km/h.

BMW M5 at Laguna Seca

BMW M5 at Laguna Seca

Even so, the following video won’t show the new M5 trying to get the best lap time at Laguna Seca. The Germans highlighted the ride of the model along the roaring sound of the engine.

BMW X1 still not rushing to the U.S.

It seems that the Germans from BMW have no plans to bring the new X1 to the U.S. market very soon. According to the official details, BMW won’t introduce the new X1 in the U.S. very soon as there is a high demand in Europe for this model. Moreover, they say that the euro-dollar exchange rate is another setback and even the model could be a success in the States, there is still difficult to take a decision.

2011 BMW X1

2011 BMW X1

BMW North America stated at Monterey that the new X1 is currently a very popular model in Europe bringing unrespectable good sales. Bringing the model in the United States would be a difficult task as the factories are already having a hard time keeping with the demand.

VIDEO: The new BMW Z4 sDrive28i in action

As you probably know, the current generation Z4 will drop the 3.0-liter straight-six unit found under the bonnet of the sDrive30i in favor of a new 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine. The new BMW Z4 sDrive28i will debut this fall and as mentioned above, it will feature a new twin-scroll 2.0-liter engine able to deliver 240 horsepower at 5,000 rpm and 352 Nm of torque at 1,250 rpm. BMW admits that the new N20 engine is not that powerful as the famous straight-six it replaces but the Germans also claim that the new four-cylinder unit returns an improved fuel economy along more responsive reactions.

BMW Z4 sDrive28i

BMW Z4 sDrive28i

According to the official statements, BMW will continue to offer the Z4 sDrive35i and sDrive35is fitted with the 3.0-liter turbocharged engines.


The BMW X6, codenamed E71, is a cross between a Sports Utility Vehicle and a Coupe car. It is named SAC (Sports Activity Coupe) and went into production in 2008.

Two prototypes were presented at the Frankfurt Motor Show 2007, one with traditional propulsion (“Concept BMW X6″) and one with hybrid drive (“Concept X6 ActiveHybrid.”).


The first-generation BMW X5, codenamed E53, was made between 1999 and 2006.. It was designed by Frank Stephenson and was the first SUV (Sport Utility Vehicle) from the German manufacturer BMW. The 2003 model was available with manual or automatic gearbox. The first X5 E53 left the production line at September 2006 and has been replaced by the X5 which was codenamed E70.


The BMW X3 is a compact SUV being one of the most reliable models from BMW, it is based on the 3 Series’ platform. BMW began manufacturing the first model of the BMW X3 in 2004 and the new and latest BMW X3 was introduced in 2010. The first BMW X3 has received a lot of controversy regarding the exterior and the interior design and was an unappreciated BMW by fans worldwide.

BMW X6 receives its 2012MY improvements

Following its smaller brother in the range, namely X5, the 2012MY BMW X6 will suffer some modifications too, improvements which should attract more customers for the next year. The Germans from BMW prepared almost the same improvements for the 2012 X6 as for the X5 model, the main change being the introduction of the Exclusive Edition. This special edition brings a new exterior finish for the X6, called Mineral Silver Metallic but also a new set of 20-inch alloy wheels.

2012 BMW X6

2012 BMW X6

The Exclusive Edition also bring custom front door sill bearing the “BMW Edition” badge while inside the customers will enjoy Bamboo wood trim, a pair of sport seats with Nevada leather, heating and electric seat adjustment and black seams.


The BMW X1 is the smaller brother of BMW X3 and is a compact executive luxury car based on the BMW 3 Series Touring’s platform but borrowing elements from the BMW X3, BMW X5 and BMW X6.
We can mention that the location of the BMW X1’s assembling is: Leipzig, Germany… and the production started in 2009.

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