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2011 BMW 635d Coupé Common-rail direct injection, variable Twin Turbo

BMW 6 Series Coupé. Intelligent lightweight construction. That's why BMW use both aluminium and steel.

Grace and tenacity.

The exterior of the BMW 6 Series Coupé.

With its long bonnet and wheelbase and low, flowing roofline, the BMW 6 Series Coupé has the proportions of a classic Gran Turismo Coupé. The dynamic front end angles down purposefully at the road, and the rest of the car follows suit. The side panel fold creates highlights that run parallel to the tarmac, while the muscular rear end underlines the close connection between the car and the road.

BMW 6 Series Coupé. The double wishbone front suspension and integral aluminium rear suspension are made almost entirely out of aluminium.

Power and efficiency.

The straight six-cylinder diesel engine in the BMW 635d.

The straight-six diesel engine in the 635d uses Common Rail direct injection, four-valve technology and a two-stage turbocharger to unleash 210 kW (286 hp) of power and a maximum torque of 580 Nm. Its enormous thrust explains the car’s exceptional sprinting qualities, and powers the Coupé from 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.3 seconds.

Perfect precision.

Six-speed transmission in the BMW 6 Series Coupé.

Both the six-speed manual gearbox and the six-speed Sport automatic transmission are designed to help you use the power of your BMW 6 Series Coupé to the full. The Sport automatic transmission Steptronic has paddle shifters that let you shift up and down sequentially, without using the clutch and with both hands on the wheel. Pressing the sports button makes the whole process even more dynamic.

More from less.

BMW EfficientDynamics in the BMW 6 Series Coupé.

BMW EfficientDynamics represents a package of intelligent initiatives that deliver significant reductions in fuel consumption and emissions – while simultaneously boosting driving performance. The BMW 6 Series Coup√© offers a whole range of efficiency-enhancing technologies: High Precision Injection, Brake Energy Regeneration and a number of improvements in the drive train. Together, they solve the “power vs. fuel consumption” dilemma in a way that’s never been seen before


Fuel consumption / CO2 emissions

The straight six-cylinder diesel engine in the BMW 635d.
Combined fuel consumption: 6.9 l/100 km
CO2 emissions: 183 g/km

Further information about the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions for new passenger automobiles can be found in the “New Passenger Vehicle Fuel Consumption and CO2 Emission Guidelines”, which are available free of charge at all sales outlets and from DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, 73760