Driving the BMW 6 Series and the BMW M6 totally puts you into two different worlds as one them is much more superior and bewildering-the M6. But BMW doesn’t stop there; they have introduced a new M Sport Edition for the BMW 6 Series Coupe, BMW 6 Series Convertible and BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe. One will have to pay $4,000 more over the MSRP of the named models; it’s based on the traditional M Sport package.
This will allow drivers of the 6 Series range enjoy several options found on the M6 Range with most of them being the cosmetics. This package will also go on the xDrive models for this 6 Series range and will be available from July 2013. The package will precisely add $4,600 to the base MSRP of the 6 Series Convertible, $4,800 to the 6 Series Coupe, and $5,300 to the 6 Series Gran Coupe.
The details of the new M Sport Edition package include 19-inch M light alloy wheels with a double spoke design, LED foglamps, the BMW Individual High-gloss Shadow Line trim, black-painted brake calipers and exhaust tail pipes in dark chrome. The driver and his passengers will enjoy sports seats in nappa leather, M leather steering wheel, M door sills and M styled footrest for the drivers.
Not only the aforementioned goodies but the M Sport Edition package also adds a new Dynamic Digital Instrument Cluster, Full LED Adaptive Headlights, and the comprehensive Executive Package. As for the top ranging 650i and 650i xDrive, a Driver Assistance Package is included. Other options included in the package are the Sakhir Orange Metallic M exterior paint and the interior upholstery in BMW Individual Merino Leather in Opal White with contrasting seams in Sakhir Orange.