BMW Revealed Some of the Significant Features of the 2012 BMW M6



The latest version of the BMW M6 was about to make its debut at the 2012 Geneva Auto Show but the company’s M division has somehow revealed some of the significant features that the upcoming coupe and convertible ahead of the official vehicle launch.

The revelation was not directly provided by BMW’s M-division. In fact, the division did not release any statement or announcement. Instead, they released a number of pictures and these images allowed a lot of car experts to come up with a few conclusions about the actual features of the upcoming BMW M6 coupe and convertible.

First off, the latest version of the BMW M6 coupe and convertible received a significant upgrade in performance. This is because both of these vehicles are using the latest 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine from BMW that is capable of producing up to 560 horsepower and 500 lb.-ft. of torque.

The vehicle’s use of the new twin-turbocharged engine has increased the BMW M6 coupe and convertible’s maximum power output by 60 horsepower. In addition to this, the maximum torque produced by the V-8 engine has also increased by 117 lb.-ft.

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