2021 BMW 6-Series GT facelift model has been launched today in the Indian market, the price starting from Rs 67.90 lakh ex-showroom.
- 2021 BMW 6-Series GT price range from Rs 67.90 lakh to Rs 77.90 lakh
- It is offered in three variants 630i GT M Sport, 620d GT luxury line, and 630d GT M-Sport
- BMW 6-Series GT continues to powered with a three-engine option
BMW Motors India has announced today the launch of another premium Gran Turismo sedan 6 series in the Indian market. 6 series GT facelift price starting from Rs 67.90 lakh for 630i GT M-Sport variant, 62d GT luxury line for Rs 68.90 lakh, and the top-end variant 630d GT M-sport for Rs 77.90 lakh (All the prices are ex-showroom). The upgraded version of the 6 series was world debut last year with some updated features and styling updates to extend the lifespan of the existing generation model.
As for the exterior styling the BMW 6 Series GT facelift retains its larger BMW iconic kidney grille along with laser LED headlamps, L-shaped LED DRLs, and new LED taillights as well. Other than these the rear notchback design is retained with the facelift version, although the front bumper is upfront and the rear has also been redesigned. The 6 Series GT is the sportier alternative to the 5-series sedan with bigger magnitudes. Despite the exterior touch-ups, the interior cabin space remains untouched in most areas, the vehicle gets a new 12.3-inch German touchscreen infotainment system replacing a 10.25-inch unit used in an ongoing model with latest connectivity features, which enables BMW to live cockpit plus/professional and BMW virtual assistance. The vehicle offered in three variants depending upon the engine choices, 630i GT M-sport, 620d GT luxury line, and 630d GT M-sport.
2021 BMW 6 Series GT facelift continues to powered with three engine options, 2.0 Litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine, which develops 258 HP and 2.0 Litre four-cylinder turbocharged oil burner that rated at 190HP and M performance 3.0 Litre six-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine. It doesn’t get the 48V mild-hybrid technology as in global markets and produces 265 HP maximum power and can sprint from 0 to 100 Kmph in just 6.1 seconds. The engine is paired with a standard 8-speed automatic transmission gearbox system for all the variants.
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