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BMW 6 Series Convertible
The Top Gear car review:BMW 6 Series Convertible
On the inside
Layout, finish and space
The dual-layer cloth roof is like a 20-stone bouncer, keeping all troublesome noise out of the lounge. And it really is a lounge. Despite the dash making a return to the ‘driver-focussed’ BMWs of yore, angling the centre console towards the driver, it’s still got an emphasis on airiness and ease of use. The iDrive is less baffling than ever thanks to obvious shortcut buttons and a massive full colour screen, and even the BFG himself could get comfy behind the wheel. His overgrown children will struggle with surprisingly lacking rear legroom, though. And the boot is letterbox thin.