Anyone who's shopped for a BMW will be familiar with the way features are packaged in the 2013 6-Series: The standard-equipment list is impressive, but there's lots of room to add packages or standalone options. In all, you can add more than $25k to the bottom line on a 640i or 650i, while the M6.
Some of the highlights of the 6-Series' standard equipment list include the iDrive infotainment and control system, which uses a console-mounted knob and 10.2-inch widescreen display to enable multi-function access and control of the car's systems; rearview camera plus front/rear parking sensors; and the BMW Assist telematics and help line service (four year contract).
In the 640i and 650i Coupe and Convertible models, there are abundant options to upgrade at almost every turn--in upholstery, trim, infotainment, and even advanced safety tech. Really, the list of what you can get is much longer than what you can't.
Among the noteworthy options include night-vision system with pedestrian detection; Bang & Olufsen sound system; active cruise control; top- and side-view cameras; heads-up display; and a Driver Assistance Package (lane departure warning, blind-spot detection, multiple camera views, and a parking assistant). An M Sport Package is offered on those models and adds LED foglamps; special wheels with high-performance tires; an alcantara headliner; and a raised top-speed limiter.
Through the BMW Individual Composition program you can also upgrade or customize any number of interior and exterior aesthetics.
The new M6 comes with a long list of additional performance and appearance equipment, including Dynamic Damper Control, the M Double-clutch Transmission, and special M wheels. Packages in the M6 are consolidated into a Driver Assistance Package, an Executive Package (heated steering wheel, soft door closing, active front seats, full LED lighting, a head-up display, satellite radio, and BMW Apps), and a list of standalone items.