The BMW M6 Gran Coupe has made a name for itself; as awesome as it may be, tuners are lining up to work their magic on the understated super-sedan. Hiding under the bonnet, the 552 hp, twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 engine makes the car a real rocket off the line; so, there’s no use fiddling around down there. But how about making it a little less inconspicuous? The following BMW M6 Gran Coupe features a ‘Java Green’ paint job, just like one Edward Norton would drive.
This particular color is available exclusively through the BMW Individual program and features a 5000 Euro price-tag. The BMW has also been fitted with an aftermarket carbon fiber bonnet from Manhart, as well as a carbon fiber front splitter courtesy of Kelleners. Someone disagrees with me; as a result, the M6 Gran Coupe has reportedly been tweaked to deliver 754 hp. Looking good!