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BMW at the 2011 NAIAS Detroit Auto Show - Web Exclusive

World premiere:BMW 6 Series Convertible, BMW 1 Series M Coupe, BMW 1 Series Coupe and Convertible and the new BMW X3.

Dec 16, 2010

World premiere: new BMW 6 Series Convertible
Its world premiere is one of the highlights of the 2011 NAIAS. The new 6 Series impresses with the elegance of the bodywork and the soft top. In the sophisticated interior, the free-standing Display of the iDrive system, supplied as standard equipment, lends an exclusive touch.

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The market launch in the USA will be made with the BMW 650i Convertible. Its V8 power unit with BMW TwinPower Turbo and direct fuel injection delivers 400hp and can be combined with either a six-speed manual transmission or an eight-speed automatic sports transmission.

World premiere: BMW 1 Series M Coupe
For the first time, BMW M GmbH now covers the compact vehicle segment. The BMW 1 Series M Coupe embodies the typical M characteristics in a concentrated form. A 340hp six-cylinder twin-turbo engine with chassis technology derived directly from motor racing, a high power-to-weight ratio, innovative aerodynamic features and an exclusive interior combine to form the overall concept.

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World premiere: new BMW 1 Series Coupe and Convertible
Targeted design modifications optimize not only the appearance of the vehicles but also their aerodynamic properties. There are two engines available for each of the two models in the USA. They are defined by modern six-cylinder engines, rear-wheel drive, high-quality chassis technology, innovative features and equipment.

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New BMW X3
With a more sporty nature, driving comfort, interior space and flexibility, the new BMW X3 should extend its lead in the market. The two engines available at launch will also set new standards in efficiency. In addition, the new BMW X3 is the first? X model to be fitted with electro-mechanical power steering as standard equipment and, as an option, Dynamic Driving Control. Furthermore, BMW ConnectedDrive driver assistance systems, including Adaptive Cornering Headlights, Head-Up Display and a reversing camera with Top View are available for the new BMW X3.

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