BMW unveiled the newest member of its 6 Series of sport luxury vehicles this week.
The 640i xDrive Gran Turismo takes the roofline and proportions of the 6er coupe and adds a lot more trunk for your junk.
The new model also boasts a taller seating position for a more commanding view of the road.
Rear stowage space has been expanded to 65 cubic feet with the second-row seats folded flat. That's nearly as much as BMW's own X5 SUV.
The rear end has also been tweaked with a new, larger opening that lowers the lift-in height by 2 inches.
Under the hood is the automaker's 3.0-liter turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission.
The automaker's xDrive all-wheel drive system is standard for the coupe-inspired Gran Turismo crossover.
Optional M Sport or Luxury packages are available to tweak the appearance of the GT.
Efficiency improvements come from both active and passive aerodynamics. Lightweight aluminum and high-strength steel construction help keep the weight down.
The BMW 6er Gran Turismo seems like a not-quite-coupe for drivers who want a sporty image, but would probably be better suited behind the wheel of a true SUV or wagon.
Jack of all trades and master of none? We'll find out this fall when the 2018 BMW 6er Gran Turismo hits dealerships.