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Bmw M6

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TrimYearBodyEngineFuelDriveTransmission typeSeatsDoors
2dr Coupe (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 7AM)2015Subcompact Cars
  • Type: V-8 4.4L
  • Power: 560 PS
  • Torque: 500 NM
  • Compression Ratio: 10
Premium Unleaded (Required)Rear Wheel DriveAutomated Manual2
2dr Convertible (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 7AM)2015Subcompact Cars
  • Type: V-8 4.4L
  • Power: 560 PS
  • Torque: 500 NM
  • Compression Ratio: 10
Premium Unleaded (Required)Rear Wheel DriveAutomated Manual2
2dr Coupe (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 7AM)2014Subcompact Cars
  • Type: V-8 4.4L
  • Power: 560 PS
  • Torque: 500 NM
  • Compression Ratio: 10
Premium Unleaded (Required)Rear Wheel DriveAutomated Manual2
2dr Convertible (4.4L 8cyl Turbo 7AM)2014Subcompact Cars
  • Type: V-8 4.4L
  • Power: 560 PS
  • Torque: 500 NM
  • Compression Ratio: 10
Premium Unleaded (Required)Rear Wheel DriveAutomated Manual2
Coupe2013Coupe
  • Type: V-8 4.4L
  • Power: 560 PS @ 6000 RPM
  • Torque: 678 NM @ 5750 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 10.0 :1
GasolineRear7-speed automatic 42
Convertible2013Convertible
  • Type: V-8 4.4L
  • Power: 560 PS @ 7000 RPM
  • Torque: 678 NM @ 5750 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 10.0 :1
GasolineRear7-speed automatic42
2010Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 519 NM @ 6100 RPM
Gasoline - PremiumRearManual42
Coupe2009Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 519 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
GasolineRearManual42
2009Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 508 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 520 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Gasoline - PremiumRearAutomatic42
Convertible2009Convertible
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 519 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
GasolineRearManual42
Cabriolet2009Convertible
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 520 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Gasoline - PremiumRearManual42
Coupe2008Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 520 NM @ 6100 RPM
GasolineRearManual42
2008Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 520 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Gasoline - PremiumRearAutomatic42
Cabriolet2008Convertible
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 520 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Gasoline - PremiumRearManual42
Convertible2008Convertible
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 519 NM @ 6100 RPM
GasolineRearManual42
Cabriolet2007Convertible
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 520 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Gasoline - PremiumRearManual42
2007Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 520 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Gasoline - PremiumRearAutomatic42
Convertible2007Convertible
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 519 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Gasoline - PremiumRearManual42
Coupe2007Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 520 NM @ 6100 RPM
Gasoline - PremiumRearManual42
Coupe2006Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 519 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Gasoline - PremiumRear42
2006Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 514 PS
  • Torque: 705 NM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
RearAutomatic42
2005Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 500 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
Gasoline - PremiumRearAutomatic42
2004Coupe
  • Type: V-10 5L
  • Power: 507 PS @ 7750 RPM
  • Torque: 520 NM @ 6100 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 12.0:1
RearManual42
1988Coupe
  • Type: in-line-6 3.5L
  • Power: 286 PS @ 6500 RPM
  • Torque: 334 NM @ 4500 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
GasolineRearManual42
1987Coupe
  • Type: in-line-6 3.5L
  • Power: 286 PS @ 6500 RPM
  • Torque: 334 NM @ 4500 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
GasolineRearManual42
1986Coupe
  • Type: in-line-6 3.5L
  • Power: 286 PS @ 6500 RPM
  • Torque: 335 NM @ 4500 RPM
GasolineRearManual42
1985Coupe
  • Type: in-line-6 3.5L
  • Power: 286 PS @ 6500 RPM
  • Torque: 334 NM @ 4500 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
GasolineRearManual42
CSi1984Coupe
  • Type: in-line-6 3.5L
  • Power: 286 PS @ 6500 RPM
  • Torque: 335 NM @ 4500 RPM
GasolineRearManual42
1984Coupe
  • Type: in-line-6 3.5L
  • Power: 286 PS @ 6500 RPM
  • Torque: 334 NM @ 4500 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
GasolineRearManual42
635 CSi1984Coupe
  • Type: in-line-6 3.5L
  • Power: 290 PS
  • Torque: 334 NM
RearManual42
1983Coupe
  • Type: in-line-6 3.5L
  • Power: 286 PS @ 6500 RPM
  • Torque: 334 NM @ 4500 RPM
  • Compression Ratio: 10.5:1
GasolineRearManual42
BMW M6 GTLM and BMW M6 GT3 master the challenge of Daytona at their debut race.
The new models mark a shift from BMW M's naturally aspirated, revvy past to a new turbocharged era – but does this mean the company has sacrificed its renowned razor sharp throttle response for the sake of economy?
, Make: BMW, Class: Hatchback, Mid-size car, Sedan, Coupé, Luxury vehicle
Another high end German made car, the sporty M6 outputs 560 horsepower with an electronically limited top speed of 187 mph.  Estimated Cost: $125,000
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First Official Test of the new M6 GTE at Daytona International Speedway
The Competition Package includes various measures designed to appreciably enrich the cars’ handling. Here the same principle applies as in the development of all BMW M cars: the chassis technology is tuned precisely to the performance characteristics of the powertrain. The result is maximum performance combined with assured and precisely controllable responses at all times – even when pushing the dynamic envelope. To this end, the springs, dampers and anti-roll bars all get firmer tuning. The Active M Differential on the final drive works with its own control unit to further improve traction, allowing the driver to accelerate even more dynamically out of tight corners, for example. The steering with M-specific Servotronic function has more direct mapping while the M Dynamic Mode of the DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) system is focused even more intently on delivering sporty handling.
Externally, the BMW M6 Competition models make hearts beat faster with exclusive 20-inch M light-alloy wheels (double-spoke 601M, bi-colour) and mixed tyres, plus black chrome twin tailpipes for the sports exhaust system.
There are no prices yet on the updated Competition Package, but the last package was a $6,645 upgrade on the 2015 M6’s sticker. Chances are that this price will increase minimally if at all, so look for the all-in price for the standard 2016 M6 with the Competition Package to run roughly $128,000.
limits the M6 with the Competition Package to 155 mph, but buyers can opt to have this cranked to 189 mph with the M Driver’s Package.
For the 2016 model year, the M6 with the competition package caries over all of the stunning looks it had last year. This includes its aggressive body kit, large air inlets, quad-exit exhaust, black tailpipes, and a black kidney grille with chrome-faced slats.
So, what does this faster version of the already super-fast 2016 BMW M6 have to offer and will it finally be worth the added scratch that BMW is asking for it?
The power bump results in a bump in acceleration too, as the M6 Coupe and Gran Coupe with the Competition Package now hit 100km/h (62 mph) in just 3.9 seconds, while the convertible does the same in 4 seconds.
The drivetrain is the star of the show for the M6 with the Competition Package. The standard M6 is plenty powerful, as its 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 puts out 560 horsepower and 680 Nm (501 pound-feet) of torque.
On top of the more powerful engine, the Competition Package also includes stiffer springs, damper, and antiroll bars for more precise handling. Lastly, an Active M Differential chimes in to help give you optimal traction on the road and track.
Despite these power increases, fuel economy and emissions remain unchanged. The M6, M6 Gran Coupe still get fuel consumption ratings of 9.9 liters every 100 km and emit 231 g or COS per km, while the M6 Convertible consumes 10.3 liters of fuel every 100 km and emits 239 g of CO2 per km.
There already was a Competition Package for the BMW M6. I don’t know why it needed replacing – the standard M6 already has 552bhp, and the old Competition Package lifted that to 567bhp.
The BMW M6 Competition Pack is one of those cars that lets you overtake as you please
BMW has also fitted an active M Differential for better traction, but provoke it and the rear wheels will still light up at 70mph in fourth gear. As a result, the M6 feels ferociously fast at any speed, and – where the law allows – will keep pulling well past 140mph. In typical German fashion, all cars are electronically limited to 155mph – although this is removed on the M Driver’s Package, boosting top speed to 189mph.
All models come with a sports exhaust, which turns the noise up a notch, as well as 20-inch bi-colour alloy wheels. Our car came with the optional carbon ceramic brakes, which provide incredible stopping power and fade-free endurance, but at £7,395, they’re expensive. We reckon they’re only worth considering if you plan on taking your M6 to the track on a regular basis.
pre-facelift M6 also came with an optional Competition set-up, but this new version ups the ante. As well as the 25bhp power hike, peak torque is up 20Nm to 700Nm. That figure is delivered from just 1,500rpm – and right through to 6,000rpm – making the M6 feel mind-bogglingly fast in a straight line.
Without driving the standard M6 back-to-back with the Competition Package car, even the keenest drivers will struggle to discern the marginal differences in performance. On paper it’s even faster than before, but 
the original is hardly lacking in 
punch – so we’d save the £7,300
 and spend it on a few choice extras.
Actually, BMW is known to put a conservative estimates for the acceleration figures of their cars. Believe it or not, some independent reviewers succeeded to make the regular M6 accelerate to 60 in 3,5 seconds. Basically, better sorted out suspension and the higher power engine should enable the large Competition Package cruiser to accelerate to 60 in as low as 3,3 seconds. Imagine, same could be done with the Gran Coupe which is basically a four door saloon. This is much better than what you could expect from any
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The BMW M5 30 Jahre Edition is the most powerful BMW ever produced. Its astonishing V8 4.4 liter engine develops 600 HP and it enables the large saloon to hit some serious performance outperforming even some of the most amazing vehicles out there. However, the reveal of that monstrous saloon was just the start for the BMW M division. This red monster (or Red Baron if you like) is the BMW M6 Competition Package and while it has the same engine as the BMW M5 30 Jahre Edition, thanks to its overall shape and a bit less weight, this one is possibly the fastest BMW of all times.
Obviously, these changes will mean a  lot when pushing the car to the limit on the track, but honestly, the drivers will not be so grateful for the stiffened suspension on the autobahn. However, reprogrammed differential and a lot of other transmission changes mean that 600 HP and 516 lb-ft of torque will be utilized the best way. Although BMW reported that this M6 Competition Package will accelerate to 60 in 3.8 seconds, the matter of a fact is that we expect that to be a bit conservative.
Apart from the suspension improvements, BMW reconfigured all the electronic managed elements, thus giving the car much different character in comparison with the new one. In the process, the active rear differential has been modified, the stability control’s “M Dynamic setting” is radically changed and the steering has been sharpened considerably. As a final touch, the M6 Competition Package received 20 inch wheels with new tires and new black exhaust tips at the back.
Besides the additional power, the Competition Package for the BMW M6 brings a lot of other performance focused improvements every true BMW M enthusiast will be excited about. All the right things were improved. The springs, dampers, bushings, and anti-roll bars are all stiffened and changed in comparison with those on the regular M6. It is unknown just how big the improvement is, but we expect this M6 Competition Package to be much more performance oriented in comparison with the regular car. Small changes of almost every element of the car will possibly improve the M6 the same way
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BMW M6 competition package has exclusive 20 inch light alloy wheels 
the handling has also been adapted to the power with all the springs, dampers and anti roll bars getting firmer tuning. to be able to put down all 600 hp out of tight corners, the differential is accompanied with its own control processing unit to further improve traction. a software update as been incorporated to the drive-by-wire steering ‘servotronic’, and the ‘M dynamic mode’ of the dynamic stability control system priorities on a more active handling. the exterior of the BMW M6 competition package has exclusive 20 inch light alloy wheels, and upgraded exhaust system with black chrome twin tailpipes. the 2016 M6 with the ‘competition package’ will be available from july 2015.
BMW M-badged cars traditionally take their series models and inject outlandish race worthy modifications. but with lower price points, and more practical finishes, these cars are no longer sports editions that are uncomfortable, unfamiliar and unusable for daily consumption. they are frontiers of design and technology that push the limits with unorthodox snug leather wrapped cockpits and surround sound audio systems. BMW is now improving the ‘competition package’ on its BMW M6 models with the main focus on it s power from the 4.4 liter V8 petrol engine. with added ‘M twinpower turbo’ technology, the M6 now outputs 600 hp an increase of 40 hp from the previous model and can now go from zero to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 3.9 seconds, and zero to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 11.8 seconds. it is electronically limited to 250 km/h (155 mph) but with the optional ‘M driver’s package’, it can be increased to 305 km/h (189 mph). 
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Instead of 575 hp the Competition Package now produces 600 hp. The engine already produced this much power in the BMW M5 30th Anniversary so this isn't such a big surprise. This package will be available from July. The Coupé as well as the Gran Coupé now needs only 3.9 seconds to sprint to 100 kph. The Cabriolet needs 4.0 seconds. Next to the power upgrade, BMW also adjusted the suspension with tougher springs and other dampers. Next to that, the Dynamic Stability Control is adjusted for more fun with the M6.
It s just like always with BMW. After a while they come up with a Competition Pack of every M model. Earlier we ve already seen it with the M5, M6 and M3 (E92). Now the M3 (F80) and M4 (F82 and F83) are equipped with this package. Let s see what you will get as an extra.
by G-Power. BMW does it a bit more subtle and they give the BMW M6 Coupé, Cabriolet and Gran Coupé a small power upgrade.
Can you still remember the lovely Z4 M Coupé? A great straight six engine producing 343 hp in a compact car. It was a great looking car. The Z4 will get a successor, the Z5 and we hope that BMW M will lay their hands on the Z5 and will install the same engine as the M2 currently has.
The countdown is nervewrecking for those who re looking forward to the BMW M2 Coupé. The car that got all the media excited isn t delivered before April, even though the first copies are already waiting to be delivered to their rightful owners.
Yes people, it s finally here: the first 7 Series with an M badge. And what a car it is! The twelve-cylinder is still alive and kicking in BMW s flagship. Let s see what else this limousine has to offer.
A super limousine that sprints to 100 kph in just 4.0 seconds and is capable of reaching a top speed of over 300 kph. Alpina Automobiles brought the B7 to the Geneva Motor Show. A model that once was a BMW but now is sold as an Alpina, this is really special limousine.
An unadulterated racing feel: the Competition package delivers enhanced engine output, more direct steering and a specially tuned suspension to ensure the BMW M6 Gran Coupé brings an even higher level of performance to the road.
With its full-bodied sound, the 560 hp M TwinPower Turbo 8-cylinder gasoline engine stirs into action. A supreme powerplant that can reach 100 km/h from a standing start in 4.3 seconds. To ensure that it transfers its power to the street with the utmost precision, the 2016 BMW M6 Cabriolet is equipped with the Active M Differential, speed-dependent M Servotronic steering and the M Double Clutch Transmission with Drivelogic for maximum agility. And thanks to the optional M Carbon ceramic brake, the BMW M6 Cabriolet comes to a standstill near-instantaneously. Which is then exactly the right moment to sit back and properly take in the powerful, contoured exterior design of this convertible.
The colour needs some time to get used to and it's not that strange to ask youself how long you will like this colour. When you constantly get so much attention there will be a certain part of you that wants to change to a more anonymous colour. The composition of the car is, with the black carbon fiber roof, the black mirrors, darkened windows and black wheels, just lovely. It shows us that the owner has a great taste but also loves to stand out. That's not a bad thing because we love to see this BMW M6.
An sich könnte man meinen, dass sich mit dem BMW M6 Facelift 2015 nicht sonderlich viel ändert. Auf der NAIAS 2015 in Detroit ist das luxuriöse Sportcoupé dennoch ein echter Hingucker, denn in der Farbe Austin Yellow war das BMW M6 Coupé zuvor nie zu sehen.
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Perfekt zur Außenfarbe Austin Yellow passen die goldenen Bremssättel der BMW M Carbon-Keramik-Bremsanlage. Das Competition Paket mit einer Leistungssteigerung auf 575 PS gehört ebenso zur Ausstattung des Sondermodells wie Bang & Olufsen Surround-Soundsystem. In welcher Auflage das Fahrzeug gebaut wird, ist derzeit noch nicht bekannt.
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Performance enthusiasts looking to eke a bit more from their M6 can opt for the Competition package, which throws in 15 extra horsepower, a sport exhaust, a retuned steering rack, and tightened suspension settings. Even then, I’d expect the B6 Edition 50 to trounce its BMW stable mate.
BMW plans on revealing the M6 GT3 without any of its camouflage in mid-September. BMW designed the M6 GT3 to be a major contender for victories in racing competitions. With a price at $412,000, the vehicle will deliver 585 horsepower with the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8 engine under the hood. BMW is optimistic that replacing the Z4 GT3 with the M6 GT3 will further its success in global racing series. If you are interested in reading more of this article please click the link below:
BMW’s Z4 GT3 race car has showcased its impeccable performance and power in competitive races, but BMW plans on introducing a replacement with a M6 GT3 race car. Prototypes of the vehicle have been revealed and shows promising signs of an increase in performance. Under the hood lies a twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 engine delivering a minimum of 500 horsepower. There has been an increase in aerodynamics after numerous testing and a decrease in weight with use of composite materials for the body. Furthermore, handling is increased by lengthening the wheelbase. This BMW M6 GT3 has been carefully designed to be a powerhouse on the track. If you are interested in reading more of this article please click the link below: