A facelifted version of the BMW 6-Series has been spotted on the open road while it was being tested.
The German based automaker BMW is getting ready to introduce an updated version of the 6-Series which will be carrying all the necessary “adjustments” to put some space between it and the current model. The two-door coupe seen below has been slightly camouflaged on its front fascia, on the rear end and on the front fenders, which suggests that it will be getting some modifications in these body parts.
Rumors are suggesting that the biggest changes will take place under the hood, where upgraded engines are expected to be introduced. New technologies will be added to the cabin too and the iDrive touch-sensitive controller will be found on the model too. BMW is also testing out the Gran Coupe along with the Coupe and this suggests that the entire 6-Series lineup will be updated for the 2016 model year, including the cabrio and the top of the line M models. The vehicles will probably be unveiled in early 2015 and will go on sale in the first quarter of next year. Debuts will be made at Detroit or Geneva.