Should this be the Next BMW 6-Series?

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Autobild offers an awesome glimpse at a possible next-generation 6er.

Having launched in 2011, the current-generation BMW6-Series Coupe (F13) and Convertible (F12) should be nearing the end of theirlife-cycles later in the decade. At this point, the company is hard atwork on the design of the next model, due around 2018. But using itsimagination, German magazine Autobild has served up its own idea of whatthe 2018 6-Series could look like. Drawing inspiration from currentmodels and from future ideas like the Vision Future Luxury Concept, they've done apretty sweet job of it.

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