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A sedan with one of the best technology and driver support system, the BMW 6-Series is out to impress all the car buyers out there looking for a comfortable and luxurious sports car. Meanwhile, the Genesis G80 is new in the market as an executive sedan, though pricey and close to the end of its life.
Design & Style
When BMW re-designed this 6-Series, they changed the odd-looking headlights to a L-shaped front light graphics, with modernized grille and wheel designs. It looks much more sporty yet elegant. Its interior maintained its classy, high-standard of comfort and design. The Dakota leather seats at the front and beak sits up to five people very comfortably, with plenty of back and leg space as promised. It is one of the most comfortable and spacious sedans in the industry.
With 18-inch alloy wheels and LED running day lights, it looks like a combination version of the older Mercedes Benz and BMW along with the Genesis signature grille design. It can also sit up to five people, and its interior space is an improvement from the previous series. However, taller passengers sitting at the back may feel some slight discomfort where the legroom is only 35 inches.
Technology & Safety
BMW is the best at its infotainment and technology and this sedan is no exception, and even surpassing expectations. You can communicate with the navigation system with just your voice, and the quick response rates are as promised. This luxurious sedan carries an enhanced iDrive 7 system with a 12.3 inch touchscreen display, a new arrangement of buttons on the steering wheel for the driver’s easier access, the original Apple CarPlay with an addition of Android Auto. The usual lane departure warning now comes with late return capability, and the navigation system is much more faster than before.
With a long list of features, the Genesis G80 managed to squeeze in many technology elements such as rain-sensing window wipers, automatic trunk lid, driver memory function, heated 12-way power adjustable front seats. There is also an auto-dimming rearview mirror and climate-control. However, its infotainment system fades in comparison with that of the BMW M6-Series. A 9 .2 inch touchscreen with navigation and surround-sound and full-color display are not on par with the seamless interface of the BMW M6-Series’ iDrive 7 system.
With a 4.4-liter twin-turbo and eight-speed automatic transmission, the 2020 BMW 6-Series has five engines that reaches a maximum output of 445 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of torque. In the case of the 3.3-liter twin-turbo V6 gas for the 2020 Genesis G80, it can only produce 365 horsepower and 3796 lb-ft of torque. It is clear which engine is stronger.
The Bottom Line
The 2020 BMW M6-Series never disappoints. With its luxurious cabin, interior design, integrated infotainment and navigation system, strong engines and lifeline, it trumps the new competitor, 2020 Genesis G80.
Ready to Schedule a 2020 BMW M6-Series Test Drive Today?
At Competition BMW of Smithtown, we give you a chance to experience the pure thrill of driving a 2020 BMW M6-Series for yourself. Come and visit us today or give us a call at (888) 734-3331 to schedule a test drive. Our dealership staff is always on standby to assist you, and we look forward to serve you in the best way possible.