At BMW, there’s an obvious pattern. The German marque first releases the standard model to various markets and after a few weeks its sportier brother fitted with M Performance Parts will join the line-up. Others commented that the BMW 6 Series GT doesn't deserve the athletic kit, but even the 2 Series Active Tourer was given an M Sport Package, so at this point it is not that impossible that the 6 Series GT will follow suit.
The M Performance Package for the 6 Series was made possible thanks to the German marque's GmbH division that is solely responsible for producing the parts tailored to the recent model. One of the parts is the sporty exhaust system which promises to give a truly significant acoustic and visual dimension, in which the German marque claims that the sportier sound is still appropriate for cruising on the roads.
These words are heavily grounded, so we will have to hear it ourselves to consider it in the first place. The brand new system is paired with a stainless steel silencer and has round tips or trapezoid in chrome ,depending on the driver's chosen model, and these are made available for the 630i and 640i xDrive models. The models that have round designs are given an engraved "M" logo and the others are gifted with "M Performance" etching.
Furthermore, some of the other parts that will perfectly fit with the latest 6 Series Gran Turismo are large 21-inch alloys with a 2-tone finish and 2 level double spoke design. These swanky wheels give a mélange between burnished regions and glossy areas. Behind them is the enhanced braking system paired with aluminium 4 piston fixed red callipers located at the fronts combined with single-piston callipers for the back axle.
At the front of the vehicle are noticeable glossy finishes, and the German marque's corporate kidney grille has a shiny black look while its side profile reveal a pair of mirror caps covered in carbon fiber reinforced plastic. The 6 Series Gran Turismo seen here is donning a multi-layer paint paired with a Frozen Black foil combined with gray and black matte stripes. As of now, the intricate details of the sports car have not yet revealed, but the German marque commented that its new GT model will have a sporty steering wheel partly covered in Alcantara and Nappa leather, and even the M-branded floor mats will also be offered.
If this sporty package catches your interest, then you’ll be pleased to know that the German automaker has confirmed that it will release all of the aforementioned parts as soon as the 6 Series Gran Turismo will make its highly anticipated market launch in November, sold and installed at the BMW dealer network, BMW sales subsidiaries and BMW Service Partners. The 6 Series will have a base price of around $70,695: $10,950 pricier that the 540i xDrive sedan and $6500 more that the 535i xDrive Gran Turismo.