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, Geneva Motor Show
has announced a whole slew of products it intends to showcase at the rapidly approaching Geneva Motor Show
, with the biggest reveal being the first public showing of the five-passenger 6 Series Gran Coupe
But that's just the tip of the Bavarian iceberg. Another highly anticipated machine, the BMW M6 Coupe
, will make its world debut in Geneva before going on sale in the U.S. in the late summer as a 2013 model. The M6 Convertible
, which is a big seller for BMW in the States, will debut in April at the 2012 New York Auto Show
and will go on sale shortly thereafter.
Also on hand will be the BMW M550d xDrive, M550d xDrive Touring, X5 M50d and X6 M50d. Together, these four diesel-powered machines launch BMW's line of M Performance automobiles
(not to be confused with M-badged models like the M3
). Sadly, these oil-burners are not headed Stateside.
Naturally, the brand new 2012 BMW 3 Series
will be on display, with Europeans getting their first look at some of the new diesel engine offerings. Those of us in the U.S. will be more interested in the 3 Series with the M Sport Package that will go on sale in August and the 3 Series ActiveHybrid that will hit the market in September.
Geneva showgoers will get to see the refreshed 2013 BMW X6
ahead of its entrance into the U.S. market in the spring, plus the electrified i3
and plug-in hybrid i8
. And finally, BMW will unveil a new line of M Performance Parts and official accessories for the new 3 Series. On the M Performance front, those new additions will include blacked-out kidney grilles, exhaust systems, carbon fiber front splitters and M-branded steering wheels.
We know that's a lot to digest, so we won't mind at all if you want to click past the break
for the complete press release. But first, be sure to check out the high-res image gallery of M Performance Parts above.Continue reading BMW to unveil 6 Series Gran Coupe, M Performance Parts at Geneva
BMW to unveil 6 Series Gran Coupe, M Performance Parts at Geneva
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