BMW 6 Series models

The BMW 6 Series is a range of grand tourers produced by BMW since 1976. It is the successor to the E9 Coupé and is currently in its fourth generation.

The 6 Series was initially only available as a two-door coupé, however a convertible body style was later added with the introduction of the BMW E63/E64 6 Series in 2004. A new four-door coupé body style was also introduced in 2012 with the F06/F12/F13 6 Series, as well as a fastback body style with the G32 6 Series in mid-2017.

The first generation 6 Series was derived from the BMW E23 7 Series, and was powered by a range of naturally aspirated inline-six gasoline engines. Following generations have been powered by inline-four, V8, and V10 engines with both natural aspiration and turbocharging. Since 2008, diesel engines have been included in the 6 Series range, with four-wheel drive models on offer since 2012.

Since the first generation BMW E24 6 Series in 1983, all models have been offered with a high-performance M variant.

  • First Generation (E24; 1976–1989) The E24 is the first generation of 6 Series and was produced from 1976 to 1988. It replaced the E9 coupés and was solely produced in the 2-door coupé body style
  • Second Generation (E63/E64; 2003–2010) The E63/E64 is the second generation of 6 Series and was sold from 2003 to 2010
  • Third Generation (F06/F12/F13; 2011–2018) The BMW F06/F12/F13 is the third generation 6 Series and was sold from 2011 to 2018
  • Fourth Generation (G32; 2017–present) The BMW G32 is the fourth generation 6 Series, which went on sale in 2017. The body style of the G32 is a 5-door fastback and it is marketed as "6 Series Gran Turismo"