Available across all three versions of the Bavarian grand tourer - coupe, convertible and four-door Gran Coupe - BMW says the new options help to "showcase the sporting character" of the 6 Series range.
New exterior choices for 2017 include the option of Sonic Blue metallic paint (pictured), and 20-inch bi-colour M light-alloy wheels in conjunction with the popular M Sport package - previously reserved for the top-shelf M6 performance variant.
Inside, regular 6 Series variants are now optionally available with carbon-fibre trim in conjunction with the M Sport package - which was also previously exclusive to the M6.
These new options add to the already substantial equipment list of the 6 Series range, which includes heated and electrically-adjustable front seats with memory function, Dakota leather trim, electrically-adjustable steering wheel, ConnectedDrive infotainment system with satellite navigation, WiFi hotspot, wireless phone charging and LED headlights to name a few.
Australian timing for the updated 6 Series range is still to be confirmed.
For now, pricing remains the same for 2017, starting at $177,615 plus on-road costs for the entry-level 640i and topping out at $308,315 for the M6 convertible.
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