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BMW 6 SERIES M SPORT EDITION

Greg Emmerson
May 16, 2013

BMW is expanding its M Sport model line to the 6 Series in Coupe, Convertible and Gran Coupe form including the iX versions. Unfortunately, although it carries the M badge, it's only cosmetic upgrades. There are no performance components, suspension upgrades or power enhancements. However, it can be applied to both the 640i and 650i and comprises a body kit, 19" wheels, LED foglamps, gloss black window trim, black calipers and dark chrome tailpipes plus Adaptive LED headlights.

Inside, the cars get an M leather steering wheel, door sills and nappa leather sports seats. This will be combined with Head-Up Display, nappa leather dashboard, 12-speaker stereo, Park Distance Control and a rearview camera. All M Sport edition models also have the option of Sakhir Orange metallic M paintwork, previously reserved for the M6. Another option is a Merino fine grain leather interior in Opal white with contrast seams in Sakhir Orange.

Pricing for the 6 Series M Sport Edition adds $4600 to the base MSRP of the Convertible, $4800 to the Coupe and $5300 to the Gran Coupe.

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