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BMW is preparing a station wagon variant for the 6 Series range that could potentially go on sale by 2017, if reports from France are to be believed.

Designed to counter the Mercedes-Benz CLS Shooting Brake, the 6 Series wagon - which is expected to be called the 6 Series Gran Tourer - will offer the same amount of passenger space as a 6 Series Gran Coupe, but with a more sizable cargo area and a powered tailgate.

And unlike BMW's ungainly Gran Turismo versions of the 3 Series and 5 Series, the 6 Series Gran Touring would put an emphasis on sleek styling rather than outright practicality.

According to France's Automobile Magazine, powertrain choices will comprise the same range of six and eight cylinder petrol and diesel engines as other 6 Series models, while an M6 Gran Tourer will eventually join the range later.

If the rumours prove true, that means the 6 Series range will offer four body styles in total - coupe, convertible, a four-door sedan and a wagon - making it one of the most diverse model ranges in the German automaker's line up.

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