The BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo is good to go for a facelift in India, and its costs will be uncovered on April 8, 2021. Having made its worldwide presentation a year ago, the refreshed 6 Series GT highlights invigorated styling and greater hardware. How about we investigate what’s in store on the India-bound model.
BMW 6 Series GT facelift: plan
A significant spotlight on the 2021 6 Series GT BMW’s refreshed plan that carries with it a more extensive ‘kidney’ grille, more keen headlamps and tail-lights, and re-profiled guards. As in the past, the model stands apart for its notchback backside and a more drawn out by and large length and wheelbase, contrasted with the 5 Series vehicle.
BMW 6 Series GT facelift: highlights
The lodge configuration remains generally unaltered, contrasted with the active model. A key improvement, notwithstanding, is the bigger, 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment framework that replaces the 10.25-inch unit from previously.
The 2020 model as of now comes pressed to the gills with hardware. Including a 12.3-inch advanced instrument group, back seat amusement screens, 360-degree camera, four-zone environment control, electrically flexible back seats, all encompassing sunroof, LED headlights, dynamic back spoiler, air suspension and entryways with a delicate close capacity. Anticipate that BMW should up the highlights bundle further still with the facelift.
BMW 6 Series GT facelift: motor gearbox choices
The current 6 Series GT is accessible with three powertrain choices. The 630i gets a 258hp, 2.0-liter, four-chamber super petroleum engine, the 620d utilizes a 190hp, 2.0-liter, four-chamber diesel. The 630d is controlled by a 265hp, 3.0-liter, six-chamber diesel motor. A 8-speed programmed gearbox offered as standard.
The facelifted model for worldwide business sectors proceeds with every one of these motor gearbox mixes. However the 630d currently makes a more intense 286hp, with a 48V gentle half breed framework packaged in as standard across the reach.
Expect every one of the three powertrains to proceed in the Indian model also, however it stays not yet clear whenever zapped tech makes it to our shores.
BMW 6 Series GT facelift: value gauge
The BMW 6 Series GT valued at Rs 65.90-77.00 lakh (ex-display area, India) for the present. Therefore, anticipate that the prices should crawl up with the facelifted model. With a more drawn out wheelbase than the 5 Series vehicle. The GT will keep equaling the Mercedes-Benz E-class LWB which, in its refreshed symbol, is evaluated at Rs 63.60-80.90 lakh (ex-display area, India).
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