The German automaker seems keen to offer a special series model for every family in its range in Japan – with the latest of the limited editions targeting the 6 Series Gran Coupe.
This is another limited-run model set to celebrate BMW’s 100 years of existence, with the Japan exclusive 6 Series again tripping the wire on the fact that’s a special edition with very few enhancements. BMW Japan has prepared yet another special series, based on the 640i which is also packing a standard M Sport package. We haven’t even covered all of the special editions in Japan as this is the 12th model in the “Celebration Edition” series – delivered in just 33 examples in Japan. This Exclusive Sport model has been clad in Sapphire Black Metallic, with 20-inch M alloy wheels and packing the M Sport body kit alongside the BMW Individual aluminum side window moldings.
Inside the cabin it features an electric sunroof and an Alcantara headliner taken from the BMW Individual catalog, the seats have a cognac/black Nappa leather upholstery and the dashboard also features leather with contrast stitching. The iDrive controller has a ceramic finish and there’s also a piano black trim along with an “Exclusive Sport” badge. BMW also adds the Comfort Package with ventilated front seats, heated rear seats, soft-close doors, and four-zone climate control – but there are also amenities the model can brag about. It has under the hood the 640i engine, so the Exclusive Sport gets the oomph from a turbocharged 3.0-liter, inline-six engine packing 320 horsepower (235 kilowatts) and 332 pound-feet (450 Newton-meters) of torque. Pricing kicks off at ¥13,400,000 (about $125,600).