Japan, like China, is a special market for some European Premium brands. Is by this that muchyou models and versions is marketed exclusively to these markets, where its contribution is high. BMW has decided to launch a limited edition with a very complete equipment of its big sedan Coupe only 33 units for Japanese market, calling it “BMW Gran Coupe Celebration Edition Exclusive Sport 640i“.
Each and every one of the 33 units used shiny black “Sapphire Black Metallic”, in addition to the huge wheels with 20-inch diameter signed by “M” and with five double-spoke design. As you can see in the images, it has the sporty M package, which in the range 6-series Gran Coupe is optional, and that includes front and rear bumpers with more marked and sports forms. The windows profiles are chrome-plated, making clear that, first of all, it maintains the elegance.
In the cockpit of the BMW, 640i Gran Coupe Celebration Edition Exclusive Sport we are with a few high quality Nappa leather upholstery and stylish in brown color, which combine perfectly with the color black. In many elements of the interior appears black piano which, as we see almost every day during testing of cars, is very nice, but it is extremely dirty, accumulating dust and grease from your fingers. The ceiling has been upholstered in Alcantara.
Among the equipment we can highlight a powerful signed by the specialist Haman Kardon sound system with no less than 1 speakers and two subwoofers. In the series 6 the package comfort is optional, although for this edition limited that only is marketed in Japan is includes of series. It incorporates the BMW Gran Coupe Celebration Edition Exclusive Sport 640i heated seats in the rear seats, climate control of four zones and doors of “soft closing”, among other things.
In Europe, the variant 640i is the most economical of the BMW 6-series Gran Coupe, although its price already more than €100.000. This variant uses the 3 litre turbo petrol yielding 320 HP and 450 Nm, enough power to launch this great Coupe up to 250 km/h, and can go from 0 to 100 in just 5.4 seconds.