BMW M6 Gran Coupe Priced from $116,150

BMW M6 Gran Coupe Priced from $116,150

BMW has released pricing for the M6 Gran Coupe, which carries a starting MSRP of $116,150 including delivery, as well as a gas-guzzler tax estimated at $1,300.

All that cash will get you a twin-turbo V8 good for 560 hp and 500 lb-ft of torque, which will push the car from 0-60 mph in only 4.1 seconds. While a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission is available, a six-speed manual can be had for no extra cost.

That same twin-turbo V8 can also be found in the M5 and regular M6, but neither offers the same sophisticated style as the Gran Coupe. Buyers will drop an extra $22,800 for the swooping sedan over the M5, while a $3,800 premium is needed for the Gran Coupe rather than the regular M6.

While the standard M6 Gran Coupe comes well equipped, there a few package options that can boost the content in this German luxury sports car. The competition package is available for $6,000 and adds 15 hp, a higher stability-control threshold, a sport exhaust, and enhanced sport suspension settings.

Also available is the executive package, which adds a heated steering wheel, power rear sunshades, ventilated and active front seats, heated rear seats, full LED lighting, and a head-up display for an extra $5500.

Finally, a full suite of saftey tech is available from the driver assistance package, which includes blind-spot monitoring, lane-departure warning, forward collision warning, pedestrian detection, city collision mitigation, side and top-view parking cameras, and speed limit recognition, all for $1900.

Inside, Alcantara covers the headliner and M6 badging helps distinguish the cabin. The car also gets exclusive carbon fiber trim to match the roof and an iDrive 10.2-inch iDrive display — all of which is standard equipment.

There are two German rivals that target the M6 Gran Coupe, the Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG and the Audi RS 7. The CLS63 is down on power comparatively at 518 hp and 402 lb-ft of torque, but it also has a starting MSRP of $95,900 and manages to avoid the gas-guzzler tax. On the other hand, the Audi RS 7 makes 560 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque, beating out both of its rivals. Pricing for the RS 7 is still not available.

GALLERY: 2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe


Discuss this story at


Subscribe to our email newsletter and automatically be entered to win.

Get Breaking Automotive News, Reviews and Video in your Facebook Feed!

Already Liked