BMW recently unveiled a refreshed take on its 6 Series family, featuring changes that are both subtle and understated. The third iteration of the 6 Series sees three distinct body styles — a traditional two-door coupe, an open-air convertible, and a four-door Gran Coupé. Internally, all three models offer the same mechanical specs as its predecessors, with a choice of BMW TwinTurbo engines, 315 horsepower inline in the 640i models and 445 horsepower V8 in the 650i models. The interior features high gloss black trim and LED interior lighting. The most obvious change comes in their exterior aesthetics, with a sharper front, where the recognizable front grille has been reduced from ten slats to nine. While a significant aesthetic change in the BMW design, it helps accentuate the vehicles’ width along with a slightly reworked lower air dam.