The BMW 5 GT turns the all new BMW 6 GT
The new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo combines the innovative vehicle concept underpinning its antecedent with the aesthetic appeal of a coupe. Supreme driving fulfilment, luxurious long-distance comfort and a new dimension in cutting-edge functionality are the follow-up. The new model designation reflects a significantly enhanced product property over the previous BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo. The World original of the new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo was at the IAA 2017 show in Frankfurt, the retail launch will be in November 2017.
Grown In Stature
The new BMW 6 Gran Turismo has stretched capacities which include an 87-millimetre increase over the predecessor car’s face length to 5,091 millimetres. Width is unchanged at 1,902 millimetres, while the channel height has been reduced by 21 millimetres to 1,538 mm making it more slicker and coupe like. The flowing, coupe-style roofline merges into a behind end lowered by 64 millimetres.
The front sites have a raised seating position and more driver-focused cockpit conception. Three full-size rear seats provide generous legroom and multifarious headroom despite the lowered roofline. For true luxury electrically adjustable plenty seats can be ordered as an option for the rear. Rear seat backrests split/collapse 40:20:40 (by means of a remote release system in the boot). Boot perspicacity can be increased from 610 litres (+ 110 litres vs. forebear) to as much as 1,800 litres (+ 100 litres).
Weight Collapse And Improved Aero Dynamics
The new 6 GT has grown in all areas but not in weight with agency weight reduced by an average of 150 kilograms. Also the aerodynamics are significantly improved because ofs to a low-slung silhouette, active air flap control, Air Curtains, Air Breathers and an automatically extending hind part spoiler. Cd went down to as low as 0.25.
The new BMW 6 GT has unrivaled equilibrium of dynamic excellence and superb ride comfort, the rear axle air debarring with automatic self-leveling now comes as standard. Two-axle air hold-up, Dynamic Damper Control, active roll stabilisation and Essential Active Steering are optional. Vehicle height can be adjusted either automatically or at the brush of a button. All suspension systems can be specified in combination with BMW xDrive.
The disclose and control concept are unrivaled in this class. The updated BMW iDrive numbers a 10.25-inch touchscreen and tile-style menu display with white-hot content. The voice control system recognises instructions originated in everyday language. BMW gesture control and the latest generation of the BMW Head-Up Pomp are optional.
Daytime driving lights, low-beam and main-beam headlights, front fog lamps and tushy lights with LED technology now come as standard. The LED headlights with undependable light distribution and BMW Selective Beam anti dazzle height beam are available as options.
There is further progress road to automated driving through driver assistance systems such as the assist developed Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go ceremony, Steering and lane control assistant, Lane Departure Omen system, Lane Change Warning and Side Collision Caution, evasion aid, Crossing traffic warning system, Priority indication and Wrongway warning system, plus hazard warning through link-up with other BMW channels. There is also a Remote Control Parking option expending the BMW Display Key.
BMW Connected serves as a digital in person mobility assistant. The link-up between the car and a smartphone provides seamless integration. Unrivaled beam of functionality enhances individual appointment and mobility planning, communications and infotainment. There is True Time Traffic Information and On-Street Parking Information. Chronicle, e-mail and contact data are managed via Microsoft Exchange. The use of Bluetooth and inductive charging assent to wireless smartphone integration, with the use of Apple CarPlay and a WiFi hotspot up to 10 apparatus can stay connected.
Two petrol engines and one diesel constituent are available from launch, with the eight speed Steptronic dispatching fitted as standard. The BMW xDrive all-wheel drive will be suggested for two engine variants. Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) is 0.7 seconds faster (BMW 630i Gran Turismo) than with the forefather model, fuel consumption and emissions are reduced by up to 15 per cent (BMW 640i Gran Turismo, BMW 630d Gran Turismo). The diesel machine will have Blue BMW Performance, including SCR catalyst.