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BMW 6er Gran Turismo: Produktion endet im Herbst 2023 (Update)

Update vom 5. August 2023: Irren ist menschlich. BMW hat sich korrigiert, die Produktion des 6er GT endet erst im Herbst 2023. Noch befindet sich das Modell im deutschen Konfigurator. Falls Sie sich also zum Schluss einen 6er GT gönnen wollen . die Preise beginnen bei 69.800 Euro.

Update vom 2. August 2023: Jetzt hat auch BMW das Aus für den 6er Gran Turismo offiziell bestätigt. Auf unsere Nachfrage von Motor1.com Deutschland hin heißt es: «Der BMW 6er GT (G32) war das letzte verbleibende 6er Modell und eng verwandt mit der 5er Baureihe (G30/G31). Im Zuge des Neuanlaufs der 5er Baureihe in 2023 wird der BMW 6er GT eingestellt. Seine Produktion ist mittlerweile ausgelaufen. Einige Fahrzeuge sind aber noch im Handel verfügbar.»

Bei manchen Baureihen sind sogar wir Profis überrascht, dass es sie noch gibt. Etwa im Fall des 2017 vorgestellten BMW 6er Gran Turismo. Der Nachfolger des 5er GT mutierte zum 6er, während die eigentlichen 6er-Modelle in der 8er-Reihe aufgingen. Trotz aller praktischen Vorzüge durch die große Heckklappe und viel Platz war der 6er GT nie ein Markterfolg für das Münchner Unternehmen.

So ist es nicht verwunderlich, dass BMW das Modell noch in diesem Jahr einstellen will. Obwohl noch nichts bestätigt ist, berichtet BimmerToday, dass der 6er GT zum Modelljahr 2024 aus dem Programm genommen wird. Höchstwahrscheinlich bedeutet dies, dass das Fahrzeug nur noch ein paar Monate in der Produktion verbleiben wird, bevor der Name 6er wieder in den Ruhestand versetzt wird. Zumindest für den Moment.

Bildergalerie: BMW 6er Gran Turismo (2020)

Warum hat BMW diese Entscheidung getroffen? Die Antwort ist ganz einfach: Die Nachfrage nach dem 5,09 Meter langen 6er GT ist einfach nicht vorhanden. Gerade einmal 509 Einheiten des Modells wurden im vergangenen Jahr in Deutschland verkauft, was eine absurd niedrige Zahl ist, vor allem wenn man bedenkt, dass die 5er-Familie (die sich die gleiche Plattform und die gleichen Motoren teilt) im Jahr 2022 jeden einzelnen Monat deutlich vierstellig war. Zur Jahresmitte 2023 ist der 6er Gran Turismo mit nur 237 Auslieferungen das am schlechtesten verkaufte Modell der Marke in Deutschland.

Hinzu kommt die jüngst erfolgte Erneuerung der 5er-Reihe, i5 inklusive. Auf ihrer Basis einen neuen 6er GT zu entwickeln, würde wirtschaftlich keinen Sinn ergeben. Außerdem dürfte BMW mit Blick auf die Elektrozukunft («Neue Klasse») das Modellangebot generell verschlanken. So bekam bereits der 2er Gran Tourer keinen Nachfolger, ebensowenig das 2er Cabriolet. Offen bleibt auch, wie es für den Z4 und die 8er-Reihe weitergeht.

So fährt BMW in die Zukunft:

Wie sieht die Zukunft der 6er-Reihe aus? Zunächst einmal ist noch nichts offiziell. Es gibt jedoch Gerüchte, dass BMW in die Fußstapfen des kürzlich vorgestellten Mercedes-Benz CLE tritt. Oder einfach ausgedrückt: Die Cabrio- und Coupé-Versionen der 4er- und 8er-Reihe könnten zu einem einzigen neuen Cabriolet und einem Hardtop-Modell unter dem Dach der 6er-Reihe verschmelzen.

Aber zurück zum 6er Gran Turismo: Er wurde 2021 aufgefrischt, als alle seine Motoren eine Form der Elektrifizierung erhielten. Hierzulande gibt es ihn aktuell noch als 640i mit 333 PS, 620d mit 190 PS, 630d mit 286 PS und 340 PS starken 640d. Bis auf den 620d ist überall auch Allrad erhältlich, ein explizites M-Modell gab es nie.

BMW 6er am Scheideweg: GT-Produktion wird bald eingestellt

Die Geschichte der BMW 6er-Reihe steuert mit großen Schritten auf ihr endgültiges Ende oder zumindest auf ihre nächste längere Unterbrechung zu: Nach unseren Informationen werden noch in diesem Jahr die letzten Exemplare des aktuellen BMW 6er GT (G32 LCI) vom Band laufen. Ein direkter Nachfolger für die Reise-Limousine mit ihrem langen Radstand und dem gestreckten Fließheck ist nicht geplant, folglich wird mit dem GT auch die 6er-Reihe aus dem BMW-Portfolio des Jahres 2024 entfallen.

Wichtigster Grund für den fehlenden Nachfolger ist die weltweit überschaubare Nachfrage: Zwar hat der aktuelle BMW 6er GT – genau wie der inoffizielle Vorgänger, der noch als 5er GT (F07) vermarktet wurde – durchaus seine Fans, aber unterm Strich haben einfach zu wenige Kunden Interesse an der Münchner Interpretation der Gran Turismo-Idee. Auf dem deutschen Heimatmarkt summierten sich die Neuzulassungen der 6er-Reihe im gesamten Jahr 2022 nur auf 509 Einheiten, während die 5er-Reihe in jedem einzelnen Monat deutlich vierstellig unterwegs war. Auch im laufenden Jahr steht der 6er GT zur Halbzeit mit nur 237 Einheiten auf dem letzten Platz des internen Rankings.

Die 1975 mit dem E24 begonnene Geschichte der BMW 6er-Reihe wird damit erneut unterbrochen: Schon zwischen 1989 und 2003 war der einst als luxuriös-sportliches Coupé gestartete 6er aus dem BMW-Portfolio verschwunden, bevor der E63 und das von ihm abgeleitete Cabrio (E64) der Baureihe neues Leben einhauchten. 2011 folgte die dritte Generation, bei der neben Coupé (F13) und Cabrio (F12) erstmals auch ein viertüriges 6er Gran Coupé (F06) angeboten wurde. Um die Exklusivität der inzwischen dreiköpfigen Familie von Luxus-Sportlern weiter zu steigern, rückte BMW sie ab 2018 noch eine Stufe nach oben und platzierte sie in der ebenfalls wiederbelebten 8er-Reihe.

Wie es in Zukunft mit der BMW 6er-Reihe weitergehen wird, bleibt vorerst abzuwarten. Zwar gibt es Gerüchte um eine Neuauflage, die ähnlich wie der neue Mercedes CLE in die Fußstapfen von 4er und 8er treten und so das Angebot von Coupés und Cabrios verschlanken könnte, offizielle Aussagen in dieser Richtung sucht man aber bisher vergeblich.

BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo Officially Dead [UPDATE]

Production of the large liftback will end in the fall.

Updated: Aug 4, 2023 at 11:12am ET

Update 2: BMW further clarified that production will end in the fall, not immediately as the automaker previously stated.

Update: BMW has confirmed officially the 6 Series Gran Turismo is now out of production. Liana Drews, a spokesperson for the 5 Series and 6 Series, contacted Motor1.com with the following statement:

«As you know, the role of the former BMW 6 Series Coupé, Convertible, and Gran Coupé models is now fulfilled by the corresponding BMW 8 Series. The BMW 6 Series GT (G32) was the last remaining 6 Series model and closely related to the 5 Series (G30/G31).

In the course of the restart of the 5 series in 2023, the BMW 6 Series GT will be discontinued. Its production has now ended. However, some vehicles are still commercially available. So for fans, it’s time to be quick. «

Launched in 2017, the BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo has never been a market success for the Munich company. It hasn’t registered many sales to private customers and has mostly been used as an airport and hotel shuttle in some European countries. It shouldn’t come as a surprise then that BMW has plans to discontinue the model later this year.

While nothing is confirmed at this point, BimmerToday reports the 6 Series GT will be dropped from the brand’s range for the 2024 model year. Most likely, this means the somewhat weird-looking grand tourer will remain on the production lines for just a few more months before the 6 Series moniker is retired again. At least for now.

Gallery: 2021 BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo

Why BMW has taken that decision? The answer is very simple – the demand for it simply does not exist. Just 509 units of the model were sold in Germany last year, which is an absurdly low number, especially considering the fact that the 5 Series family (which shares the same platform and engines) was well into the four figures every single month in 2022. Halfway through 2023, the 6 Series Gran Turismo is the brand’s worst-selling model in the country with just 237 deliveries.

What’s in the future of the 6 Series? For starters, nothing is official for the time being. However, there are rumors that BMW might follow in the footsteps of Mercedes-Benz with the recently launched CLE. Or, simply put, the convertible and coupe versions of the 4 Series and 8 Series could morph into a single new cabriolet and a hardtop model under the 6 Series umbrella.

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Back to the 6 Series Gran Turismo, the family-oriented model was refreshed in 2021 when all its engines received some form of electrification. The only available 6 Series GT in the United States was the 640i xDrive which was sold during the 2019 model year. In Europe, 2.0- and 3.0-liter turbocharged gasoline and diesel mills were offered with no M model. The 6 Series GT succeeded the similarly-shaped 5 Series Gran Turismo.

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The new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo.

BMW is presenting an extensively updated successor to one of the most creative vehicle concepts of recent years. The new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo blends the long-distance comfort of a luxury sedan with alluring coupe style.

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The impressive functionality offered by this body format and the high standards of driving comfort and spaciousness that provide the ideal setting for a relaxing journey are among the features that defined the character of the new car’s predecessor – the founder of this vehicle genre. These strengths have now been further honed in the new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo, whose systematic evolution from the BMW 5 Series Gran Turismo is particularly evident in the new model’s sporting elegance, highly advanced equipment features, innovative control and assistance systems, and a leap forward in dynamism and efficiency.

BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo, 640i xDrive, Mineral white, M Sport Package (06/2017)

“The BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo offers a unique combination of luxurious interior comfort and flexible practicality, packaged within a truly elegant design. Coupled with the sporty, dynamic driving characteristics our customers enjoy, this car is an outstanding vehicle which further enhances the upper end of our BMW model line-up,” comments Dr Ian Robertson, Member of the Board of Management of BMW AG, responsible for Sales and Brand BMW.

The new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo will make its public debut at Frankfurt’s International Motor Show (IAA) in September 2017. The market launch will then get underway in November 2017, when there will initially be a choice of three engines from the BMW Group’s latest generation of power units. The BMW xDrive intelligent all-wheel-drive system will also be available for two model variants from launch. A further model variant equipped with all-wheel drive as standard will go into production in November 2017.

Lighter, sportier, more comfortable and more efficient.

A combination of intelligent lightweight engineering and increased use of aluminium and high-strength steel grades for body and chassis components has shaved an average of around 150 kilograms off the weight of the new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo compared to the outgoing model. Together with the considerable improvement in the car’s aerodynamic properties, the increase in power and the superior efficiency of the new engines, this endows the car with sportier performance at the same time as optimising fuel economy. Depending on the engine variant, the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) is completed up to 0.7 seconds quicker (BMW 630i Gran Turismo) than in the equivalent predecessor model, while fuel consumption and emissions figures in the NEDC test cycle are as much as 15 per cent lower (BMW 640i Gran Turismo, BMW 630d Gran Turismo).

Handling dynamics and driving comfort in the new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo both reap the benefits of the extensive improvements made to chassis technology. Self-levelling air suspension comes as standard at the rear axle, while ride comfort especially can be further enhanced by opting for the Adaptive suspension (featuring front and rear air suspension plus Dynamic Damper Control). The Executive Drive option, which is offered in combination with the Integral Active Steering system and also includes active roll stabilisation, gives the vehicle a sportier edge. The two-axle air suspension allows the vehicle’s ride height to be adjusted manually, meaning that ground clearance can be increased by 20 millimetres at the touch of a button to negotiate dirt tracks or steep ramps, for example. The vehicle can also be lowered by 10 millimetres – either manually by again pushing a button, or automatically when SPORT mode is engaged via the Driving Experience Control switch or the car’s speed exceeds 120 km/h (75 mph). All optional suspension systems are now available in conjunction with BMW xDrive.

Design: dynamic proportions and elegant, flowing lines.

An exterior length of 5,091 millimetres (an increase of 87 millimetres on its predecessor), an unchanged width of 1,902 millimetres and a reduction in height of 21 millimetres (to 1,538 millimetres) give the new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo dynamically stretched proportions. The front end has a distinctive, powerful appearance, with the lenses of the standard LED headlights extending all the way to the large BMW kidney grille. BMW’s signature sporting elegance comes to the fore particularly prominently when the car is viewed in profile, thanks to familiar features such as the long bonnet, set-back positioning of the cabin, a wheelbase of 3,070 millimetres, doors with frameless windows, and an elongated window outline stretching deep into the rear end. The roofline sweeps down, coupe-style, to merge into a tail section that is now 64 millimetres lower in height. Rear lights with three-dimensional styling add an eye-catching touch.

BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo, 640i xDrive, Mineral white, M Sport Package (06/2017)

The low-slung silhouette also has a beneficial effect on the car’s aerodynamic properties, combining with active air flap control and other measures including Air Curtains, Air Breathers and an automatically extending rear spoiler to lower the drag coefficient (Cd) from the predecessor’s figure of 0.29 to as little as 0.25.

Ideal blend of driving pleasure, long-distance comfort and functionality.

The interior has been designed to provide a driver-focused cockpit and an extremely spacious passenger compartment. The raised seating position optimises the driver’s all-round view and, together with the faultlessly ergonomic arrangement of the controls, helps to create an imperious sense of driving pleasure. The cabin’s lines, materials and precision workmanship imbue it with a highly sophisticated, premium feel. The rear compartment of the new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo comprises three full-size seats offering maximised legroom. Exhaustive optimisation of the cabin’s packaging sees the new model’s far flatter roofline still translating into extra headroom, while the restyled rear seat unit and improved soundproofing make it even more comfortable to travel in. The electrically-adjustable comfort seats optionally available for the rear allow the backrest angle to be altered at the push of a button.

The BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo features a one-piece tailgate that opens and closes electrically as standard. The boot capacity of 610 litres is 110 litres larger than the predecessor model’s. The boot sill has been lowered by more than five centimetres and is now flush with the boot floor. The 40 : 20 : 40 split backrest can be released remotely and folded flat electrically via a button in the boot. All of which means that maximum load space has increased to 1,800 litres – up 100 litres on the outgoing model. The two-piece luggage compartment cover has a rigid structure and can be stowed away in a compartment underneath the boot floor.

New generation of engines, eight-speed Steptronic transmission as standard, BMW xDrive as an option.

* Fuel consumption figures based on the EU test cycle, may vary depending on the tyre format specified.

The line-up of engines available for the new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo feature cutting-edge TwinPower Turbo technology and team up with the eight-speed Steptronic transmission as standard. The 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol unit in the new BMW 630i Gran Turismo delivers a maximum output of 190 kW/258 hp and peak torque of 400 Nm (295 lb-ft). It propels the car from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 6.3 seconds and posts combined fuel consumption of 6.6–6.2 litres per 100 kilometres (42.8–45.6 mpg imp)* and CO2 emissions of 152–142 grams per kilometre*.

Generating an output of 250 kW/340 hp and maximum torque of 450 Nm (332 lb-ft), the 3.0-litre six-cylinder in-line petrol engine enables the new BMW 640i Gran Turismo to accelerate to 100 km/h (62 mph) from rest in 5.4 seconds, while the new BMW 640i xDrive Gran Turismo is a tick faster at 5.3 seconds. The combined fuel consumption of the two models comes in at 7.4–7.0 litres per 100 kilometres (38.2–40.4 mpg imp) and 8.2–7.7 litres per 100 kilometres (34.5–36.7 mpg imp)* respectively, which equates to CO2 figures of between 169 / 159 grams and 187 / 177 grams per kilometre*.

The 3.0-litre six-cylinder in-line diesel engine producing 195 kW/265 hp and peak torque of 620 Nm (457 lb-ft) can likewise be combined with all-wheel drive as an option. The new BMW 630d Gran Turismo and the new BMW 630d xDrive Gran Turismo race from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 6.1 seconds and 6.0 seconds respectively. The combined fuel consumption and emissions figures are 5.3–4.9 litres per 100 kilometres (53.3–57.7 mpg imp)* and 139–129 grams per kilometre* for the BMW 630d Gran Turismo and 5.9–5.5 litres per 100 kilometres (47.9–51.4 mpg imp)* and 154–144 grams per kilometre* for the BMW 630d xDrive Gran Turismo.

BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo, 640i xDrive, Mineral white, M Sport Package (06/2017)

The 235 kW/320 hp diesel engine fitted in the new BMW 640d xDrive Gran Turismo is partnered by all-wheel drive as standard. This six-cylinder in-line unit musters peak torque of 680 Nm (501 lb-ft) and posts a time of 5.3 seconds for the sprint from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph). The BMW 640d xDrive Gran Turismo records combined fuel consumption of 6.2–5.8 litres per 100 kilometres (45.6–48.7 mpg imp)* and CO2 emissions of 163–153 grams per kilometre*.

Uniquely versatile control system.

The new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo is equipped with a display and control system offering unrivalled versatility for operating vehicle, navigation, communication and infotainment functions. At the heart of it all is the iDrive system, complete with the Touch Controller on the centre console and the Control Display, now in the form of a freestanding touchscreen. The high-resolution display has a screen diagonal of 10.25 inches, while its tile-style menu layout with animated graphics in live mode facilitates intuitive operation. The new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo also offers the convenience of both enhanced voice control and BMW gesture control. And customers can specify the new-generation BMW Head-Up Display, too, whose projection area is 70 per cent larger than before.

Assistance systems that smooth the way to automated driving.

* Fuel consumption figures based on the EU test cycle, may vary depending on the tyre format specified.

The driver assistance systems fitted in the new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo make use of the standard stereo camera as well as optional radar and ultrasonic sensors to monitor the vehicle’s surroundings. The Collision and Pedestrian Warning with City Collision Mitigation comes as standard, while the list of options includes the new, improved version of Active Cruise Control with Stop & Go function operational at speeds between 0 and 210 km/h (130 mph). The Steering and lane control assistant (active in the same speed range) represents another step along the road to automated driving. It uses road markings and vehicles driving ahead for orientation and helps the driver to keep the vehicle in the detected lane. The Lane Change Assistant is due to be available from November 2017. The Lane Departure and Lane Change Warning systems, Side Collision Warning and the evasion aid likewise enhance convenience and safety by coming to the driver’s assistance with corrective steering inputs. The Crossing traffic warning, Priority warning, Crossroads warning and Wrong-way warning systems similarly do their bit to avoid potentially hazardous situations. And the BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo can also be ordered with the Remote Control Parking feature.

BMW Connected: personal mobility assistant, new services.

BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo owners can also enjoy the benefits of BMW Connected, intelligent connectivity enabling this digital personal mobility assistant to help drivers reach their destination easily and with minimal stress – and not only when they are in their car. To this end, calendar entries from a smartphone can be used for route planning, for instance, the ideal departure time can be calculated on the basis of real-time traffic data and the navigation destination can be transferred to the owner’s car. BMW Connected+ comprises additional personalised services that make it possible to call up the driver’s mobility agenda in the Control Display, for example, or share the trip status (location, destination, arrival time) with family, friends or business associates. Plus, when inside their car, drivers are able to manage calendar, e-mail and contact data via the Microsoft Exchange function. Their smartphone is integrated wirelessly via Bluetooth and inductive charging is also possible.

Real Time Traffic Information indicates the presence of tailbacks and slow-moving traffic, On-Street Parking Information helps to find available parking spots at the side of the road, and the Remote 3D View function allows drivers to view live images of their car and its immediate vicinity on their smartphone.

Model variants from launch: BMW 630i Gran Turismo: Four-cylinder petrol engine, eight-speed Steptronic transmission. Capacity: 1,998cc, output: 190 kW/258 hp at 5,000 – 6,500 rpm, max. torque: 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) at 1,550 – 4,400 rpm. Acceleration [0 – 100 km/h (62 mph)]: 6.3 seconds, top speed: 250 km/h (155 mph). Fuel consumption, combined*: 6.6 – 6.2 l/100 km (42.8 – 45.6 mpg imp), CO2 emissions, combined*: 152 – 142 g/km. BMW 640i Gran Turismo / BMW 640i xDrive Gran Turismo: Six-cylinder in-line petrol engine, eight-speed Steptronic transmission. Capacity: 2,998cc, output: 250 kW/340 hp at 5,500 – 6,500 rpm, max. torque: 450 Nm (332 lb-ft) at 1,380 – 5,200 rpm. Acceleration [0 – 100 km/h (62 mph)]: 5.4 seconds / 5.3 seconds, top speed: 250 km/h (155 mph) / 250 km/h (155 mph). Fuel consumption, combined*: 7.4 – 7.0 l/100 km (38.2 – 40.4 mpg imp) / 8.2 – 7.7 l/100 km (34.5 – 36.7 mpg imp), CO2 emissions, combined*: 169 – 159 g/km / 187 – 177 g/km. BMW 630d Gran Turismo / BMW 630d xDrive Gran Turismo: Six-cylinder in-line diesel engine, eight-speed Steptronic transmission. Capacity: 2,993cc, output: 195 kW/265 hp at 4,000 rpm, max. torque: 620 Nm (457 lb-ft) at 2,000 – 2,500 rpm. Acceleration [0 – 100 km/h (62 mph)]: 6.1 seconds / 6.0 seconds, top speed: 250 km/h (155 mph) / 250 km/h (155 mph). Fuel consumption, combined*: 5.3 – 4.9 l/100 km (53.3 – 57.7 mpg imp) / 5.9 – 5.5 l/100 km (47.9 – 51.4 mpg imp), CO2 emissions, combined*: 139 – 129 g/km / 154 – 144 g/km. BMW 640d xDrive Gran Turismo: Six-cylinder in-line diesel engine, eight-speed Steptronic transmission. Capacity: 2,993cc, output: 235 kW/320 hp at 4,400 rpm, max. torque: 680 Nm (501 lb-ft) at 1,750 – 2,250 rpm. Acceleration [0 – 100 km/h (62 mph)]: 5.3 seconds, top speed: 250 km/h (155 mph). Fuel consumption, combined*: 6.2 – 5.8 l/100 km (45.6 – 48.7 mpg imp), CO2 emissions, combined*: 163 – 153 g/km.

* Figures according to EU test cycle, may vary depending on the tyre format specified.

All performance, fuel consumption and emissions figures are provisional.

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