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BMW killed 6 Series Coupe for no reason

BMW 6 Series Coupe Concept

BMW killed 6 Series Coupe for no reason

Sad news came for the BMW 6 Series which was being sold in some countries. All plans made on the “6 coupe” are canceled.



BMW decided to take on two new models to be added to the X family, BMW, which continues the development process, unexpectedly killed one of the passenger car models. X2 and X7, as well as the Gran Coupe and convertible versions, the BMW 8 Series will be re-imagining after 17 years, ending production of the coupe version of the 6 Series, which is not as popular as its predecessors. With the 2018 6 Series already available, which is on sale for both the gran coupe and convertible versions, the classic two-door coupe hardtop version will no longer provide this continuity. The BMW authorities confirmed the gossip that emerged in the past period about the completely discontinued version of the car in the United States, which also revealed when production was terminated.



The Series 6 coupe was unloaded from the production line in February 2017 with the decision taken by the BMW officials, who did not make any confirmation or denial at the time, for the first time in the news of the termination of the 6 Series in 2016. If the brand concentrating on the 8 series passenger class is not going to turn the shaft again in the future, it is unanswered as if it was the time we passed. Sales figures are not yet officially announced in the 6 Series, as well as the GT version of the BMW front is an unknown. We expect to see an 8 Series release that will make BMW’s antagonist forget all about this, as it will be in the process of uncertainty as to whether or not to take any steps from the brand with respect to these versions.

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