Basically, when we’re talking about the six-cylinder models, we can ad a premium of around EUR 4,800 to the price of the 6-Series Coupe, which means that the 640d, with its 313 hp 3.0-liter diesel can be your starting from EUR83,000.
If we move up to the 650i, which uses a new twin-turbo V8 that offers 450 hp, the gap widens, with the price hitting EUR92,600. If you opt for the 650i Gran Coupe xDrive, you’ll have to prepare an extra EUR3,400.
If we compare the new Bimmer with its closest rivals, the Audi A7 Sportback and the Mercedes CLS, we can see a massive price premium being asked for the Bavarian vehicle.
For example, the A7 Sportback prices range between EUR48,900, for the front-wheel-drive version with the 2.8 FSI V6 unit, while the A7 3.0 TFSI that delivers 300 hp costs EUR58,600 - a mind-blowing EUR20,900 less than the similar 6-Series Gran Coupe.
As for the Mercedes CLS, the 306 hp CLS 350 is almost EUR15,000 cheaper than the 640i Gran Coupe at EUR64,617, while the 408 hp CLS 500, which is offered for EUR 80,563, is placed between the 320 hp 640i and the 450 hp 640i (it’s closer competitor).
We’ll end by telling you that the US market debut of the 6-Series Gran Coupe is scheduled for June next year, when the 640i will be introduced. Later in the summer, BMW will also bring the 650i and 650i xDrive.
You can donwload the full pricing list for the German market by following this link.