BMW has unveiled the 630i M Sport ’50 Jahre Edition’ for 72.90 lakh as part of its current 50-year celebration of its M Performance division (ex-showroom, India). The limited-edition model follows the introduction of the M340i ’50 Jahre Edition,’ making the 630i the second model to enter the lineup. There will be eight additional ’50 Jahre Editions’ on the market, including vehicles such as the M4, M5, 5 Series, and BMW’s SUV lineup.
The 630i M Sport 50 Jahre M Edition differs cosmetically from the original model and is only available in four BMW Individual paint colors: Tanzanite Blue, Carbon Black, Bernina Grey Amber, and Mineral White. The vehicle will also include M insignia at the front, back, and hub caps, similar to those seen on early BMW Motorsport racing cars. Semicircles in blue, violet, and red make up the emblem’s design. For the limited edition vehicle, BMW offers the Motorsports Pack, which features a gloss black front grille, black 19-inch M alloy wheels, and a key fob coated in carbon fiber and alcantara.
The Dakota leather upholstery on the sports seats and M grade seatbelts are standard on the special edition 630i M sport. It also comes with a two-part panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting, four-zone temperature control, and electrically adjustable front seats. A 12.3-inch digital driver’s display and infotainment system, Harmon Kardon sound system, wireless Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, and two 10.25-inch displays for rear passengers are among standard features. The automobile also comes standard with air suspension and driving modes from the manufacturer.
BMW has made no technical alterations to the powertrain, and the Jahre Edition retains the normal car’s 285hp, 400Nm, 2.0-litre turbo-petrol engine. The 630i M Sport 50 Jahre M Edition can go from 0 to 100kph in 6.5 seconds when equipped with an 8-speed automatic gearbox.