Luxury vehicle manufacturer BMW has launched its latest edition BMW 630i M Sport Signature in India. The company claims that it can easily accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in about 6.5 seconds. The company has kept its price at Rs 75,90,000. There are many new features in the car which we are going to know about.
Like other luxury cars of BMW, five types of modes have been given in the BMW 630i M Sport Signature model. Which includes Sport, Eco Pro, Comfort Plus, Comfort and Adaptive. The company has introduced this new variant with many colors, which include Skyscraper Grey, Mineral White, Tanzanite Blue and Carbon Black.
The BMW 630i M Sport Signature model has also been launched in petrol variant. It is available with 2 liter 4 cylinder petrol engine. When the engine is started, about 298 HP power and 400 Nm maximum torque is generated. This engine is paired with 8 speed automatic transmission. The company claims that it can easily accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in about 6.5 seconds.
One of the important things for car buyers is safety. This is important for the relationship between car manufacturers and customers. If the safety rating of a car model is good then it naturally attracts customers. BMW has also focused a lot on safety in this model.
The company has provided 6 airbags in it. Apart from this, ABS is provided which is present with brake assist, apart from this other safety features like DTC, DSC, EDLC, CBC, emergency spare wheel, ISOFIX child seat mounting, electric parking brake are provided.
- 12.3 inch infotainment touchscreen.
- 10.2-inch entertainment screen for rear seat passengers.
- 16 speaker harman kardon surround sound system.
- Apple CarPlay and Wireless Android Auto.
- Wireless charging, reverse camera, automatic climate control, two USB ports, remote parking assist and keyless entry.
BMW 630i M car on road price in India
|BMW 630i M Ex-Showroom Price||Rs. 72.50 Lakh|
|RTO, Road Tax and Others||Rs. 9.30 Lakh|
|Final on Road Price||Rs. 83.75 Lakh|
The BMW 630i M car gives a mileage of 13.32 kmpl.
No, it is a Petrol car.