The 6 Series Gran Coupe was also there and it is in quite the unusual spot. This has a lot to do with the other models there.
It’s not exactly glamorous or fast enough to keep up with the M Division products but it’s also not as affordable as the X1 CUV either.
The press release that comes alongside with the unveiling of the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe includes full pricing disclosure.
Alongside the previously announced 640i GC model, we now know how much the V8 powerplants are going to be going for.
The BMW 650i Gran Coupe will come with a sticker price of $87.395 whereas the 650i xDrive all wheel drive version will come in at $90.395.
Both models are powered by the familiar twin-turbo 4.4 liter V8 which develops 450 horsepower and which is connected to the eight speed automatic gearbox.
The rear wheel drive version of the four door coupe will go from 0 to 62 in just 4.6 seconds while the xDrive version will make better use of the added traction and manage the same feat in 4.5 seconds.
The official market launch for the united states will take place in June for the 640i and the 650 versions will come in about a month later or so.
Next time round we’ll take a second look at the BMW X6 M and the presence of its facelift at the NY show.