If you've been saving your spare change to pick up one of these new BMW models later this year, well, now you can more accurately estimate how many wheelbarrows full of nickels you'll need to dump into the Coinstar machine at your local grocery store.

We'll start with the 2013 6 Series Gran Coupe. While we already knew the six-cylinder 640i Gran Coupe would start at $76,895 including destination charges, prices on the V8 models have now been set. The 650i will sell for $87,395, while the 650i xDrive model will command $90,395. Both are powered by a twin-turbo, 445-horsepower, 4.4-liter V8, which BMW says can propel the all-wheel-drive version from 0-62 miles per hour in 4.5 seconds. (The rear-wheel-drive model is a tick slower at 4.6 seconds.) The 640i goes on sale in late June, with the V8 models coming towards the end of summer.

The M series cars will command substantially more, with the 2012 M6 Convertible commanding all of $113,995 when it goes on sale in June. The M6 Coupe and M5 will go on sale in late summer as 2013 models, with the M6 carrying a $106,995 MSRP and the M5 listing at $90,695. All three models will share a twin-turbo, 560-horsepower, 4.4-liter V8.

The price of a fourth M vehicle, the revised 2013 BMW X6 M, has also been announced. It will sell for $93,795, a $2,600 increase from this year's model. For more details, scroll down to check out the official release.


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      Ronin
      • 2 Years Ago
      BMW prices what the market will bear. These prices are in line with what they've charged before for their higher end vehicles. The 6 series is meant to be exclusive, and the styling and engine put it in that realm. Comparing an E46 M3, a soon to be 3 generation old car, to a 6 series, is a bit far fetched. The M5 at $90k is a pretty fair price point, considering the cars it's competing with, and the luxury and performance that comes with it. It's already been heralded as the best M5 yet; a fresh, new look from the Bangle days. In addition, many of the issues that were plagued by the E60 M5 (the SMG trannie, for example, as well as ride comfort) have now been resolved. Yes, it's no longer a NA engine, but BMW more than made up for it in spades. I'm constantly reminded about the people that are either sheep to Top Gear (who LOVE the new M5, btw) and their opinions, or are just frustrated that they don't have the means to acquire such a vehicle. A car enthusiast understands the difference between the cars in a class, and doesn't just look at the engine as a comparison point. Drivability, overall performance, comfort, styling...they all come into play. I personally looked long and hard at other cars before buying my first BMW, and my second, and my third. I continue to educate myself about what's available out there and what fits my needs best. Simply put, you can't call yourself an enthusiast if you don't know jack about the cars, have never DRIVEN them, and just want to armchair debate a pricing structure for a premium automobile.
      Ak74
      • 2 Years Ago
      Trust me people. They will sell better than before
      ryanandrewmartin
      • 2 Years Ago
      More gorgeous and even less attainable.
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      Patrik
      • 2 Years Ago
      Best looking matte gray paint job I've ever seen.
      BG
      • 2 Years Ago
      Why would someone buy a X-drive version of the Gran Coupe? What an absurd concept. The class of buyer who can afford this can easily buy a modest-cost AWD CR-V or equivalent for bad weather use, and save the Gran Sport for fair weather. Who would take this thing to the ski slopes?
      Justin Campanale
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'm a devoted BMW fan who has owned 3 BMW products so far (1990 E30 M3, 2002 Z3 M coupe, 2011 Mini Countryman All4) ...and my mouth Still flew open when I saw the price. BMW, your pricing is simply becoming ridiculous. There is abosutely NO WAY any sane minded person will pay close to $100 k for a non 7 series BMW that isn't from the M stable. For the same money as the inline 6, I can get a lightly used 2010 M5. Or for that matter, for the same price as the V8, I can get an M5. Though I'd love to see the M6 Grand coupe.
      USCGTO
      • 2 Years Ago
      So, BMW prices a base I6 with a turbo'd I6 making 330hp at $77k while Mercedes prices the MB CLS with TT V8 rated at 402Hp at $72k. Better yet the V8 powered gran coupe is priced at 87k compared to a the 72k for the CLS. Yikes. I have heard BMW offer 5k-10 k discounts on their flagship sedans.. now it all makes sense.
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        jaeyoungboyeee
        • 2 Years Ago
        i was thinking the samething man... i mean love the cars.... but the price tag makes my eye go @_@
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        robespierex
        • 2 Years Ago
        not exactly well put, but it does make you wonder about the wealth-gap between classes.
      justingr
      • 2 Years Ago
      This is ridiculous. 90k for a car without an M badge? Silliness. I'll tell you what, I'll put my Supercharged, 410hp S4 against either 6 series, which cost ~55% of the cost of one of those. And if you are going to spend that money, get a GT-R, M5, or CLS.
        Ronin
        • 2 Years Ago
        @justingr
        You're comparing apples to oranges, though. Your S4 =! a 6 series, on a lot of different levels. There's no M badge on a 7 series, either, but those cost over $100k, too. At the end of the day, it depends on what you really want out of your car. Most of the people buying a 6 don't buy it for the performance.
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