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.