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Designed with many of the same striking exterior cues as the popular 6 Series coupe, the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe adds a four-door model to the lineup. The premium sports coupe is offered in three distinct models including the twin-turbo 6-cylinder BMW 640i Gran Coupe, the twin-turbo V8 BMW 650i Gran Coupe and the all-wheel drive BMW 650i xDrive Gran Coupe.

Unique design elements include a stretched roofline with a 4.4-inch increase in body length over its two-door sibling. Technology features include adaptive LED headlights, BMW Connected Drive driver assistance systems and mobility service. Optional equipment includes a rearview camera, surround view, parking assistant and BMW night vision with pedestrian recognition.

BMW 640 Gran Coupe Generations

2012 - 2015 BMW 640 Gran Coupe

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Major changes included:

After taking 2011 off, the 6 Series returned for its third generation in 2012 with an all-new body style, shedding the Bangle-era styling. Also added to the mix was a 640 model with a 3-liter V6 engine; the 650's engine displacement dropped to a 4.4 liters, but power increased to 400 horsepower. In 2013, the 640 Gran Coupe debuted with an all-new four-door body and a 3-liter V6 engine with 315 horsepower.

See Year: 2013 - 2014 - 2015

2004 - 2011 BMW 640 Gran Coupe

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Major changes included:

In 2004, following a 14-year gap in production, the second-generation 6 Series debuted with the 645 Ci, which came in both a convertible and coupe model. It featured a 4.4-liter V8 engine with 325 horsepower and Chris Bangle's controversial design cues. In 2006, engine size grew to a 4.8 liters with 360 horsepower and the newly-dubbed 650i took the 645Ci’s place. The 2008 model brought more changes, as BMW discontinued the manual transmission and added an eight-speed automatic. Finally, in 2010, the manual transmission returned as a no-cost option.

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