The edition sport pack gives customers 19-inch light alloy wheels, M anti-roll stabilisation system for improved handling and suspension enhancements.
Prices for the new derivative of BMW 6 Series start at £53,445 for a 630i edition sport coupé rising to £65,820 for a 650i Edition Sport convertible.
BMW’s flagship 408bhp X6, which is powered by a twin-turbocharged V8, will hit UK roads in November priced at £53,930.
The X6 xDrive50i will hit 0-62mph in 5.4 seconds and go on to an electronically limited top speed of 155mph.
M3 and M6
M6 customers can opt for a competition package aimed at boosting driving performance. The new package features a revised suspension configuration comprising a 12mm lower front end and 10mm lower rear, retuned dynamic stability control and ABS settings.
The competition package costs £2,180 in addition to the £84,475 price of a BMW M6 coupé.
The M3 Saloon has also been updated for September. It gets a new light cluster with integrated LED indicators features alongside changes in the profile of the boot lid and the rear valance.
News of the changes coincides with the introduction of the new iDrive platform on all 3-Series models and the 5 and 6-Series ranges for cars built from September. All 3-Series models now have active head restraints as standard to guard against whiplash injury.