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The Gran Coupe is the fruition of the BMW CS Concept, a vehicle that was intended to slot at the top of BMW's lineup alongside the 7-Series flagship sedan.
Shortly after unveiling the 6- Series Gran Coupe at the end of 2011, BMW has started testing the most powerful version in the series: the M6 Gran Coupe.
As with any other M6 model in BMW ‘s lineup, the Gran Coupe will be distinguished by a more aggressive and sportier look compared to the standard model.
The list of changes will include more aggressive front and rear fascias with the usual M-type elements.
20-inch M light-alloy wheels and of course a quad-exhaust system.
The interior will also be updated with the same usual M elements: sports seats, a new M cockpit, lots of Alcantara and carbon fiber.
Just like with all the other BMW M models, the new M6 Gran Coupe will feature the usual M design elements that will distinguish it from the rest of the 6-Series Gran Coupe models.
Adaptive LED headlights and a kidney grille designed especially for this M model.
The M6 Gran Coupe boasts a top speed of 155 mph (electronically limited). With the addition of the optional M Driver Package, the M6 Gran Coupe’s top speed jumps up to 189 mph.
The C-pillars have also been redesigned to further accentuate the car’s dynamically stretched silhouette.
The car’s roof is made of carbon fiber combined with an anthracite-colored Alcantara roof liner on the interior.
This engine-transmission combination nets the M6 Gran Coupe a combined fuel consumption rating of 9.9 liters per 100 km on the EU test cycle.
The engine is mates to a seven-speed M Double Clutch Transmission with a Drivelogic electronic management system that ensures the right gear is selected for optimum traction.
The M6 Gran Coupe puts out a respectable-for-a-performance-sedan 232 g/km of CO2.