BMW M6 Gran Coupe Cost Starting From $116,150
BMW revealed cost for the M6 Gran Coupe, which brings a starting MSRP of $116,150 featuring delivery, as well as a gas-guzzler fee rated at $1,300.
All that money will get you a twin-turbo V8 good for 560 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque, which will boost the vehicle from 0-60 mph in just 4.1 sec. While a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission is available, a 6-speed manual can be had for no extra fee.
That similar twin-turbo V8 can also be noticed in the M5 and standard M6, but neither provides the same sophisticated style as the Gran Coupe. Customers will lose another $22,800 for the swooping sedan over the M5, while a $3,800 premium is necessary for the Gran Coupe rather than the standard M6.
While the regular M6 Gran Coupe arrives well equipped, there a couple of package options that can push the content in this German luxury sports vehicle. The competition package is available for $6,000 and adds 15 hp, a top stability-control threshold, a sport exhaust, and improved sport suspension options.
Also available is the executive package, which provides additional heated steering wheel, power rear sunshades, ventilated and active front seats, heated rear seats, full LED lighting, and a head-up screen for additional $5500.
Moreover, a full suite of safety tech is available from the driver assistance package, which features blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure alarm, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, city collision mitigation, side and high-view parking cameras, and speed limit recognition, all for $1900.
Talking about interior, Alcantara covers the headliner and M6 badging assist distinguish the cabin. The vehicle also receives exceptional carbon fiber trim to match the roof and an iDrive 10.2-inch iDrive screen — all of which is regular details.