The 2013 BMW M6 Coupe (F13) is a high-performance grand tourer based on the BMW 6 Series. It was first introduced for the 2012 model year to replace the E63 generation model.
Among the tight competition in the sport touring class, the M6 Coupe holds its own. Harkening to its roots as an agile coupe powered by the same motor as the M1, the new M6 takes the heart of the original and adapts it to the current market. Astounding acceleration at any speed can be found under the right pedal thanks to the voracious twin-turbo V8 that kicks out 560 horsepower. Torque is felt immediately throughout powerband, so whether you are proving the M6’s worth off the line or disappearing into the sunset all you need do is ask and you shall receive. While this M6 is no lightweight, it is lithe and dexterous in the cornering department. The sub-frame is bolted directly to the body, creating stiffness and an electronically-controlled differential instantly adapts to keep power to the ground. This ultimate touring machine is ready to demonstrate its inbred performance on any track.
This soon to be classic M-division monster, sporting its new twin-turbo V8 will satisfy any enthusiast with its M-inspired power and handling. This full size coupe is as nimble and quick as you would expect from a BMW M-Class. Yes, it’s a car for the elite given its price tag but, in Horizon, it can be virtually yours.
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The M6 Coupe shares its 4.4L (4,395 cc) S63 twin-turbocharged V8 engine and seven-speed dual clutch transmission with the BMW M5 (F10) sports saloon. It uses a carbon fiber roof and other weight-reduction measures, making it 44 lb (20 kg) lighter than the M5.
BMW's official performance figures include a 0-60 mph sprint in 4.1 seconds and an electronically restricted top speed of 155 mph (250 km/h). With the M Driver's Package, the M6 can reach a speed of 190 mph (306 km/h).
The BMW M6 Coupe is powered by a powerful twin-turbo V8 engine, allowing for quick acceleration (0-60 mph in 4.1 seconds) and high top speeds of up to 208 mph (335 km/h). The M6's torque is immediately felt throughout the powerband, and while the M6 is very heavy at 4255 lb (1930 kg), the M6 can still corner well through simple/moderate-complexity corners, just as long as the driver doesn't go too fast.
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