BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe Interior with BMW’s traditional driver-oriented cockpit







Published by Gerald Ferreira Date: December 11, 2011
Categories: BMW, BMW 6 Series

The interior of the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe reveals the driver-focused cockpit design typical of the brand and a luxurious ambience for all those on board.

The central section of the instrument panel is angled slightly towards the driver and the gear selector for the automatic gearbox, the Driving Experience Control switch and the activation button for the parking brake are all positioned on the surface of the center console which opens out towards the driver.

2013 BMW 6 Series Gran Coup Interior

The standard Navigation System Professional and iDrive operating system come with 10.2-inch high definition display bordered by a galvanised chrome surround.

Long horizontal lines extending all the way through the interior of the
BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe create a visual link with the second row of seats, emphasising the size of the interior.

The elegant lines of the door trim, familiar from the other BMW 6 Series models, continue into the rear compartment, incorporating the B-pillar as a design element along the way. The sweeping design of the door panels flows harmoniously from the front doors via the B-pillars to the rear doors. The center console also stretches through to the rear. Precise contours help to create an intriguing contrast with the interior’s soft, curvaceous surfaces, producing a vibrant and dynamic collage of forms.

BMW 6 Series Gran Coup Interior 2013

The waistline surfaces of the doors form a subtly dynamic wedge shape, which extends into the luggage compartment cover. The dynamic character of the door surface design generates a feeling of depth which envelops the passengers in their seats, while the interplay of convex and concave surfaces evokes a sense of exclusive security.

BMW 6 Series Gran-Coupe Interior

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