BMW 6 Series car is getting an exclusive M Sport Limited Edition variant.
The auto manufacturer made the announcement official and confirmed that it will be restricted to limited numbers so as to give the coveted exclusivity to their buyers.
The car will be offered in three different styles including the coupe, convertible and the Gran Coupe. The highlighted feature of the car is the Sonic Speed Blue metallic paint finish. The blue possibly refers to the popular game character named Sonic as the blue looks very much like how the animated version looks. The color variant is carried out throughout the car including the interior where the sides of the seats are lined with a blue finish. It packs 20-inch M light alloy wheels combined with carbon fiber mirror caps.
As with all sports edition models, branding is prevalent on the BMW 6 Series car. The tag line “M Sport Limited Edition” is found on the door sill covers which are also designed in blue to maintain the tone in every aspect of the car. The seats are made using Merino leather that uses a black and Fjord Blue color scheme which looks very luxurious in the photos released by the company. They look premium and the color choices are apt giving the car the exclusive edition perspective that buyers look for.
The Fjord Blue is lined up in the floor mats used in the car. Durable and lightweight carbon fiber material is used to construct the center console, doors as well as the dashboard. The surrounding areas of the infotainment system are also made using carbon fiber because of its luxurious finish and durability. BMW has confirmed that their new 6 Series M Sport Limited Edition models will be available in dealership stores from April 2017 onwards.
The base model will be powered by a six cylinder petrol engine capable of producing 320 horsepower, a V8 engine which delivers a much higher 450 horsepower and an in-line six cylinder diesel engine variant with the capacity to produce 313 horsepower. The powertrains are connected to an eight-speed Steptronic sports transmission gearbox with rear wheel drive by default. Buyers can choose to upgrade to an all-wheel xDrive system if they are looking forward to experience the most output the car could deliver. The pricing of the BMW 6 Series M Sport Limited Edition was not included in the announcement but with the release date pegged for next month, the wait is going to be really short.