Japan is one of the most exclusive auto market to receive exquisite BMW models, and in the last six months we have seen some interesting models being launched in the Land of the Rising Sun.
The latest limited-run edition to recently arrive in Japan is another special 6-Series based on the 640i, initially branded as the BMW 640i Gran Coupe Celebration Edition Exclusive Sport.
Now the model received its official name – the BMW 6-Series Grand Coupe Edition, being offered in a limited-run of just 33 units, each one coming with a price tag of 13.4 million yen, which is the equivalent of $125,715.
As we can depict from the photos below, the limited-edition comes with the gorgeous and rare Sapphire Black Metallic exterior wrap, complemented by one-off body styling bits, all part of the M Sport package – new front and rear aprons, custom side sills, as well as the 20-inch M alloy wheels.
Inside, the cabin is fully tweaked with a lot of exquisite high-end features, such as Nappa leather with black and cognac trims, contrast stitching, BMW Individual Alcantara roof lining, piano black accent, and high-performance 16-speaker and sub-woofer Harman Kardon surround system.
The carmaker is also offering as standard other important features, such as rear-seat heating, four-zone automatic climate control, soft-close doors, comforts front seats and so forth.
In the engine department, the BMW 6-Series Grand Coupe Edition is offered with the same powertrain as the stock 640i, meaning a powerful 4.4-liter twin-turbo engine with 313 horsepower. Please find more about the limited-edition in the media gallery below!