2015 BMW 6 Series LCI on sale in Australia from $177,900

Brett Davis

BMW Australia is gearing up to introduce the facelifted 2015 BMW 6 Series LCI, which lands locally in June. All variants come with more standard equipment, a freshened up design, and various interior refinements.

2015 BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe

Buyers will continue to be offered three body styles for the 6 Series, including the coupe, convertible and the four-door Gran Coupe. Most come in ‘40i’ and ‘50i’ petrol form, while the Gran Coupe is also available with the ‘40d’ turbo-diesel.

New standard features across the board include adaptive LED headlights, digital radio, lane change warning, parking assistance, and the Driving Assistance Plus package. The 650i versions also get 20-inch alloy wheels.

In terms of exterior changes, there’s a new front grille layout incorporating updated kidney grilles, a new lower apron section and matching side trimmings, and of course the new LED headlights. Inside, there’s a full leather dashboard with high-quality surfaces all around.

Mechanically, BMW engineers has revamped the suspension setup to offer more precise handling without compromising ride comfort. There’s also a new sports exhaust system to allow the engines to sing a more enticing note. BMW Group head of product and market planning Shawn Ticehurst said,

“The BMW 6 Series is a strong representation of the premium motoring values which characterise our brand. The BMW 6 Series has achieved success within the luxury segment. The new model features a greatly enhanced level of specification to increase its standing and value proposition.”

In total there will be seven different variants available for customers, with prices starting from the following (excluding on-road costs):

2015 BMW 640i Coupe – $177,900
2015 BMW 640i Gran Coupe – $184,900
2015 BMW 640i Convertible – $193,900

2015 BMW 640d Gran Coupe – $184,900

2015 BMW 650i Coupe – $231,900
2015 BMW 650i Gran Coupe – $238,900
2015 BMW 650i Convertible – $247,900

2015 BMW 6 Series Convertible-rear

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