BMW make improvements to its M6 power house

BMW M6 is going through a makeover for 2015 and the newly enhanced car will be shown at the Detroit motor show in January 2015 and will go on sale in March 2015. Its entire line of M6 sport cars that comes in hardtops, convertibles, coupe and Gran Coupe now comes in a redesign kidney grille that has nine opposed to previous ten slats, forged 19-inch alloy wheels, front and rear aprons with LED-headlights in the front sitting slightly above, bigger air intake, and redesign carbon fiber roof for the hard top. Some of these improvements further improves its center of gravity which is the M6 is best known for. BMW did not stop there; it has improved the interior by offering a range of options from which new car owners can choose from. But for some these changes are minor in nature.

M6 petrol comes with a 4.4-liter V8 twin-turbocharged engine. It can reach 0 to 62 miles per hour in 4.2 seconds. The maximum speed is limited at 155 mph. But options are available to further improve the top speed. M6 comes in 6-cylinder as well as 8-cylinder, rear wheel drive. But for those who prefer all-wheel drive are in luck with XDrive. The diesel option comes in 6-cylinder with a 464 turbocharged engine.

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