World Premiere: 2012 BMW 6 Series Coupe with M-Sport Package

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BMW introduces the 2012 BMW 6 Series Coupe with M Sport package. Available starting in August, the M Sport package brings visual refinements to the …

BMW introduces the 2012 BMW 6 Series Coupe with M Sport package. Available starting in August, the M Sport package brings visual refinements to the 6 Series Coupe in order to ensure an even sportier and more masculine appearance.

The front air dam, side skirts and rear apron include M specific design cues increasing the dynamics and looks of the 6er Coupe. The M package also includes chrome tailpipes along with exclusive light alloy wheels in 19 and 20 inches.

Exclusive for the cars equipped with the M Sport package are the Carbon Black and Imola Red colors. The top two models, 650i and 650i xDrive also get a sport exhaust system and therefore a more powerful engine sound.

World Premiere: 2012 BMW 6 Series Coupe with M Sport Package

Inside, the customers receive specific sports seats included in the M package, along with alcantara leather and blue stiching, M leather steering wheel, special interior trim (Aluminum Hexagon) and door sill panels and footrest with M logo.

To introduce the new M Sport package, BMW chose the 640d variant as the runaway model.

World Premiere: 2012 BMW 6 Series Coupe with M Sport Package

 

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  • Viper

    bmw seriously needs to redesign that steering wheel , its boring and looks the same in every single model. pathetic for such expensive ‘premium’ segment.

    on topic..
    looks discreet almost the same and this does not distance the basic model from this m sport pack. honestly l dont like it very muc , a little ,, but overall disappointed .

  • Manchester Man

    looks amazing

  • Michael B

    The front may look OK, but I don’t like it more than the standard car. Either the color doesn’t work great for the package or it just looks bad overall.
    But the biggest and ugliest part of the package has got to be the rear. Just look at that big black glossy diffuser. What’s up with that? Why couldn’t they paint it in the car’s color?

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