The BMW 6 series R concept, which debuted last month at the Detroit Auto Show, is designed to provide an affordable alternative to luxury luxury cars like the Porsche 918 Spyder and Audi A3.
The BMW 6’s petrol engine uses the same gasoline-electric hybrid architecture as the BMW 7 series, but the 6 series uses a different type of motor.
This design is similar to the way BMW uses a petrol-electric motor in its luxury vehicles.
It’s called a ‘motor assisted propulsion unit’ or MAPP, and it uses a motor mounted on the rear axle of the car.
Like most MAPPs, the BMW 6 is powered by a conventional gasoline engine, and the petrol engine produces around 300 horsepower (220 kW) and 250 pound-feet (300 Nm) of torque.
While the petrol-diesel motor produces more power than the diesel, the 6 Series is designed around a more powerful gasoline motor.
It uses the type of powertrain known as a hybrid to achieve the same fuel efficiency.
That means the BMW has significantly less carbon dioxide emissions than a conventional petrol engine.
The BMW 5 series R Concept was unveiled earlier this month at Frankfurt.
The concept was revealed with a new, larger car than the BMW 5, but a smaller body than the 5.
In an attempt to keep costs down, the 5 series uses an aluminum-bodied design that offers better protection than a traditional aluminum body.
It also uses a lower roofline, lower roof height, and lower centre of gravity.
The new BMW 5 will debut in 2021.