BMW is working on a mild facelift for the current generation 6 Series. The German coupe is already testing a series of changes, that will probably affect the driving dynamics and the average consumption of diesel and petrol engines.
The 2015 BMW 6 Series will adopt a mild refresh for the front fascia, with minimal touches around the headlights, taillights, front and rear bumpers, front grille and alloy wheels.
The subtle changes will also have a correspondent inside the car, where the designers will offer new trim options. The equipment list will include an improved version of the iDrive infotainment system, new safety features as standard and a new head-up display technology.
The engine range will be kept, but will gain some improvements regarding the fuel consumption and emissions.
The official debut is scheduled to take place during next year Geneva Motor Show. The changes will be applied to all body versions of the 6 Series: coupe, convertible and GranCoupe.