Design and technical details for 2015 BMW M6 Coupe

The vehicle that we are going to look at today is another one manufactured by BMW’s motorsport division, BMW M. Founded in 1972, the division produced a number of vehicles throughout the years, all of which are rather powerful.

The M6 first appeared in 1983 in the form of the E24. The 2-door coupe included a M88/3 six-cylinder engine and was capable of reaching a top speed of 155 mph. It received critical acclaim, mainly for its aggressive yet elegant appearance and it remains a favourite among enthusiasts to this day.

In 2005, the second generation M6 was introduced in the form of the E63/64.It made its debut at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show and went into production the following year. Styling-wise, the vehicle looked nothing like its predecessor, however it was just as powerful. It included a 5.0-litre V10 S85 engine and was capable of reaching a top speed of 155 mph. It remained in production until 2010.

The third generation M6 was launched in 2012 at the Geneva Motor Show. The styling slightly differed from the second generation M6 however it still looked familiar.

The 2015 BMW M6 Coupe is slightly less sporty however it still looks very elegant. It includes a twin turbo 4.4-litre V8 engine so it’s still rather powerful.

Overall, the BMW M6 is still going strong and although it’s nothing like the original E24 anymore, it’s still a fantastic example of a vehicle done right. Whether you’re after a car that’s powerful or are simply looking for something little more elegant and luxurious, the M6 will definitely meet your expectations and at times it will even surpass them.


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  • Hosting Italia

    BMW explained that taking advantage of the fact that the vehicle does not need an internal combustion engine up front, the i3 is being designed from the ground up, but avoiding to look podlike, with a dynamic sweep of the roof and the beltine to make it look sportier than most electrics.

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