BMW Australia has announced local pricing for the first 6 Series Gran Turismo it has confirmed for the Australian market.
The luxury-focused 6 Series will come in the forms of the BMW 630i GT, which runs on BMW’s 2.0-litre turbo four, and the 640i GT xDrive, which scores the 250kW 3.0-litre turbo straight six.
The 630i GT will be available in Oz for $123,500 before dealer charges, but the 640i xDrive GT is to set buyers back a little more at $148,900.
BMW’s xDrive all-wheel-drive system and ‘Integral Active Steering’ (a four-wheel-steer system) are both standard on the 640i GT, making the full-sized car easier to manage on confined environments.
Active anti-roll bars are also optional on the 640i GT. In addition, an ‘Innovations Pack’ can be added to either model at a cost of $1600, which includes a display key, remote control parking functionality and gesture control.
To bring the 630i a little closer to the 640i on the inside, a comfort pack is available for $3000 which adds four-zone air conditioning, electric roller sunblinds to rear passenger windows, seat heating front and rear, and makes the rear seats electrically adjustable.
Lastly, an ‘Indulgence Pack’ can be added to the 640i to give it TV screens for rear passengers, as well as seat massagers and soft-close doors. This comes at an extra $8000.
“The new BMW 6 Series Gran Turismo features a lot of technology we have seen rolling out in the BMW 5 Series and 7 Series in recent times,” says BMW Oz CEO Marc Werner.
“With a fresh take on exterior styling that is lower and longer, a generous and comfortable interior, leading-edge connectivity and high standard specification, the 6 Series Gran Turismo is a fantastic family proposition.”