The BMW M6 is a high-performance version of the 6 Series coupe and convertible offering luxury and high-performance driving. BMW released the M6’s first model for the model year 2006. The current and second version of the car was launched with the 2012 model year.
The BMW M6 is really two cars in one. If you choose to go with the coupe or convertible, it is easy to drive the car on the most relaxing, tranquil drive whether in the city or along the highway. Making adjustments to the car’s settings and shifting faster transforms the car into an incredibly powerful machine that needs to be taken seriously.
Trims and Pricing
Both convertible and coupe models available in the M6 are available in one trim level. Standard features list is lengthy. On the outside, the car comes sporting adaptive dampers on the suspension 19-inch alloy wheels, solar roof (coupe only) and a power-folding cloth top (convertible only) and auto-adaptive xenon headlights heated and power folding side mirrors as well as automatic wipers, and both the rear and front parking sensors. The interior features comprise dual zone automated climate control and sun-reflective leather upholstery, auto dimming mirrors, power-adjustable as well as heated seats for the front the steering wheel can be adjusted to a certain level keys for ignition and entry as well as a and a front seat memory function ambient lighting and carbon-fiber trims, Bluetooth connectivity and BMW’s iDrive interface with navigation, rearview camera, and surround sound system featuring satellite radio, a CD player, and USB/iPod interface. The M6 is also equipped with drive settings that permit drivers to alter the settings of the vehicle’s suspension the transmission, steering and engine performance.
BMW provides an Executive package that offers several amenities to the M6 features, including soft close doors with automatic locks as well as LED headlights, a heads-up displays as well as a heated steering wheel. smartphones with app integration, and massaging front seats. The Driver Assistance package can be added as well to include the Lane departure warning system automated high beams corner and top view cameras as well as a speed limit display, and blind spot monitoring.
Other stand-alone options are 20-inch wheels, front seats with ventilated as well as a night-vision display an upgraded Bang & Olufsen audio system, and modernized leather upholstery and interior trim pieces.
An M6 is equipped with an invoice from the factory of around $104,000 for the base model, and an MSRP of around $112,000. As a member, you will are guaranteed to receive an upfront price and savings from a Certified Dealer, without the usual trouble.
Engine and Performance
Under the hood of every BMW M6, whether in coupe or convertible form is a powerful twin turbocharged 4.4-liter V8. It produces an impressive 560 horsepower, and 500 pound-feet of torque. The only transmission that comes by the car is a seven-speed automatic manual that is controlled through the steering wheel’s shifter paddles.
In its interior, the M6, BMW really shines. It is a pricey cost, yet the passengers enjoy a spacious space where they can relax in the powerful machine. Customers can pick from a variety of seat color options and trim choices including various kinds of carbon fiber and wood. The M6’s interior is extremely luxurious and elegantly put together.
The level of comfort and the functionality are extremely high. The interior of the car is created to make the drive more pleasant and efficient for the driver. This includes the center stack which is angled towards to the drivers seat. When it comes to the controllers, BMW goes for the simple approach, allowing a lot of the functions in the car to be operated by its iDrive controller. The result is a more clutter-filled interior than is found in other cars. For those who are willing to understand how to use the iDrive system and its many quirks will not be disappointed by the experience.
The seats in the front of the car are extremely comfortable, even during long drives. Additionally, the large side bolsters help to keep the driver and the passenger in place when making speedy turns. The seats can also be adjusted in a variety of ways, ensuring that even the most fussy occupants will feel comfortable. The seats in the rear aren’t so great as they have a tiny legroom and headroom. This means they’re only suitable intended for kids or smaller adults. The trunk is of good size, that has 12.4 cubic feet space for cargo inside the coupe, and 10.6 cubic feet of trunk space in the convertible.
The convertible model of the M6 has some unique features. The back window, which is glass, can be adjusted and raised independently of the top cloth which means it could function as a wind-deflector even with the top folded down. In addition, the insulated cloth top helps reduce the noise of freeway traffic and enhances comfort in cold conditions.