As its name suggests, the 6-Series M Sport Edition is based around the car’s M Sport package but adds some extras at no additional cost.
All the models and engine variants of the 6-Series range can be ordered in M Sport Edition trim, including the Coupe, Convertible and four-door Gran Coupe, and their respective xDrive all-wheel-drive variants.
Some of the extras added include adaptive LED headlights; an available Sakhir Orange paint finish, previously only available on dedicated M models; BMW Individual stitching; Nappa leather for the dash and a ski bag.
There are also plenty of additional tech goodies such as a head-up display; a premium sound system (12 speakers for the Convertible and 16 speakers for the Coupe and Gran Coupe); ConnectedDrive Navigation with 10.2-inch, voice activation and online services; parking sensors and a backup camera.
For those opting for the 650i trims, the M Sport Edition also adds active safety systems, speed limit info, and side- and top-view camera systems.
No changes have been made to the engine lineup, so 640i models still come with a turbocharged 3.0-liter six good for 315 horsepower while 650i models get a turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 with 400 horsepower on tap. Both manual and automatic transmissions are also available.
The 2014 BMW 6-Series M Sport Edition range goes on sale in June, 2013. Pricing starts at $80,625 for the 640i Coupe M Sport Edition and tops out at $99,225 for the 650i Convertible M Sport Edition. All prices include a $925 destination fee. Note, BMW also introduced a 6-Series Frozen Brilliant White Edition Convertible for the 2014 model year.
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