BMW’s foray in the premium four-door coupe segment, the new 6-Series Gran Coupe, will go on sale in the UK this June with on-the-road prices starting from £61,390 for the 640i, rising to £63,900 for the 640d and topping out at £70,650 for the 650i.
The entry level 640i is powered by a 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged straight-six petrol delivering 316hp (320PS), while the 640d features a 3.0-litre inline six-cylinder diesel rated at 309hp (313PS). At the top of the range is the 650i fitted with a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 petrol that develops 444hp (450PS).
On all versions of the 6 Series Gran Coupe power is transmitted to the rear wheels through a standard eight-speed automatic transmission.
Standard features across the range include alloy wheels (18-inch on the 640i/640d, 19-inch on the 650i), Dakota leather upholstery, BMW Professional Navigation with a 10.2-inch high-resolution display, front and rear Park Distance Control, Keyless Go, two-zone climate control, electronic two-way steering adjustment and heated front seats.
BMW will also offer an M Sport derivative featuring an aero kit, 19-inch M double-spoke light-alloy wheels, black brake calipers, dark exhaust tailpipes, Sports seats, Anthracite headlining, high-gloss Shadowline exterior trim and Aluminium Hexagon interior trim.
The Bavarian automaker said the M Sport variants are expected to account for about 80 percent of all 6-Series Gran Coupé sales in the UK.