In 1983, BMW installed a modified version of the M1’s engine in a 6-Series body and created the first M6. This model lasted only through 1989. But in 2005, the M6 made its comeback, and BMW added a convertible variant in 2007.
For the 2013 model year, a fully refreshed M6 has reappeared after a two-year hiatus. Its more aggressive body and stylish headlights give it new life, and a new V-8 delivers 60 more horsepower than the V-10 it replaces.
The 2013 BMW M6 comes in a single Base model. Standard are 19-inch staggered alloy wheels, lightweight aluminum doors, Shadowline exterior trim, heated side-view mirrors, 20-way power seats with lumbar support, extended Merino leather upholstery, carbon-fiber interior trim, two-zone automatic climate control, and an AM/FM/CD/MP3/HD Radio audio system with 12 speakers, 5.1-channel surround sound and an iPod adapter.
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Mercedes pedigree, aggressive body style and well-equipped, but slower acceleration and no convertible option
Exclusive and well-equipped, but lacks slower and expensive
Plenty of horsepower in XKR-S, looks like a supercar and very fast, but very expensive and cramped cabin
Standard all-wheel-drive, lower price and luxurious, but lacks horsepower