2012 BMW 6-Series Interior
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The 2012 BMW 6-Series maintains its predecessor’s reputation for a high-quality and luxurious interior. Additionally, the 6-Series’ dimensions have increased for the 2012 model year, but some auto writers note that the back seat is still too cramped to be comfortable.
The 6-Series has standard leather seats. The front seats are 20-way power-adjustable with four-way lumbar support, adjustable thigh support and memory settings for the driver and front passenger.
- "With such indulgent exterior proportions, it's no surprise that the 6 Series' interior is a suitably grand place to be. BMW notes that despite its lower overall height, there's still more headroom front and rear than before. That said, the rear seat is still firmly in the "occasional use only" category thanks to limited legroom." -- Autoblog
The 2012 BMW 6-Series comes standard with cruise control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel that tilts and telescopes electronically, a rearview camera, push-button start, the iDrive system that combines entertainment, navigation and telephone functions, navigation, an auxiliary input jack, HD Radio, automatic climate control and a nine-speaker audio system.
The Driver Assistance Package includes blind spot detection, parking assistance, a lane departure warning system and side- and top-view cameras, which show video images of the area around your car. The Cold Weather Package adds heated front seats, a heated steering wheel and a ski bag.
- "Everything is within easy reach and is self-explanatory, at least for those with previous iDrive experience." -- Autoblog
The 2012 BMW 650i convertible can hold 10.6 cubic feet with the top down and 12.3 with the top up.