Spyshots: 2013 BMW 6-Series Gran Coupe With M Sport Package

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Developing a new car used to take as much as 10 years, but nowadays it seems like every respectable German car manufacturer has to have at least two reveals per year. BMW is no exception, as the Bavarians are planning a blood of new cars. The emphasis has clearly been drawn away from the core models to offering just about every body style on any platform they have.

We’ve only seen the new 6-Series Gran Coupe, a four-door saloon with elegant lines, in leaked patent filings and in concept form, as it’s still a year away from being seen by the public. Yet our dedicated team of spy photographers have scooped one such car sporting the same M Sport package as the shorter 2012 6-Series that was unveiled at the Shanghai Auto Show in March.

Don’t be confused by the aggressive styling, this is not an M6, but a cosmetically enhanced regular model sporting BMW’s ‘bling’. This optional bit of kit gives you more aero bits and bespoke front and rear bumpers. There are a lot of the new M5’s flowing muscular lines in there, and the 6er is that much better for it. The car sits on 19-inch M light-alloy wheels in double-spoke design.

Those looking to buy the 6-Series Gran Coupe M Sport will also have access to the firm’s Individual range, which includes bespoke paint finishes, light-alloy wheels and numerous other options.

We can also expect the interior to greet its customers with sports seats with Alcantara/leather upholstery and an M leather steering wheel, plus that little head-up display that brings info on the speed you are doing as well as the limit at which you can travel on the road you are on.
Expect the 6-series Gran Coupe to hit showroom floors next year, with the M Sport kit becoming available shortly after that.
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