BMW 6 E63


The BMW E63 is the current model of the BMW 6 Series of luxury coupés, introduced in Autumn 2003 in Frankfurt Motor Show by German car manufacturer BMW. Athletic, expressive and elegant: the BMW 6 Series Coupé's striking appearance is the visual expression of exclusivity and unerring style.


In the autumn of 2007 BMW debuted an updated BMW 6-Series Coupe and Convertible.











17.November, 2010 @22:11    

After the G-POWER M5 HURRICANE RS with bi-supercharger engine and 750 hp / 551 kW broke the record for the “world’s fastest saloon car” at the end of 2008 with a speed of 367.4 km/h, G-POWER went one step further in 2010, taking the existing record to a new all-time best of 372 km/h with the next evolution of the same car – the M5 HURRICANE RR.

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12.May, 2008 @08:05    

[PIC=1819:left]After a 20-year absence from the competitive scene, the manufacturer best known for their development of ultra-high-performance variants of the BMW model range is to field a race car based on the BMW ALPINA B6S in the FIA GT3 European Championship, as well as major endurance events.

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02.July, 2007 @09:07    

[PIC=1549:left]Featuring highly attractive modifications to their characteristic design, interiors further refined in many details and boasting new color highlights, as well as innovations in drive technology and driver assistance and safety systems, the new BMW 6 Series Coupe

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08.December, 2006 @22:12    

[PIC=1123:left]After just 11 months of development and testing, we now present: the AC Schnitzer TENSION Street Version. Naturally the "small brother" could not be a 1 : 1 copy of the TENSION concept car, which is a technology showcase and demonstrates what is technically feasible.

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24.January, 2006 @20:01    

[PIC=510:left]Where "rebirth" of the BMW 6-series awakened deep emotions, the new BMW M6 is the embodiment of ultimate driving machine.

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12.December, 2005 @22:12    

[PIC=404:left]HARTGE can make a dream come true for many M6 fans: to raise the maximum speed of the car from its (electronically limited) 250 km/h to a maximum of 320 km/h.

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