The M6 is the sports car version of the 6 Series model. It first hit the showroom floor in 1983, where it saw production for six years. When BMW discontinued the 6 Series models in 1989, the original M6 left along with it. The iconic BMW M6 would stay on the shelves until 2005, when its second generation version was introduced as a high-performance concept car. This updated version of the M6 came with a much larger engine, a 5.0-Liter V10 engine that produced 500 hp. Even though the second-generation M6 was a popular performance automobile, it only saw five years of production and was discontinued in 2010. BMW then released the third generation M6 in 2012. This model has a smaller engine than its second generation predecessor, but puts out an impressive 560 hp.
The third generation M6 was designed to look like a sleeker, more modern version of the original M6 model. It’s still in production and is one of the most popular high-end sports cars on the market.
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The original BMW M6 is a classic sports car that was designed for performance and luxury. Its 3.5-liter inline-six engine helped the car reach a top speed of 158 mph, which made it the second fastest BMW model of the time the fastest BMW was the M1. If youre interested in adding the classic M6 to your collection then contact the professionals at the Beverly Hills Car Club. They are happy to give you all the assistance that you need with acquiring this top-of-the-line German sports car. Their team of experts can even help by verifying the authenticity of any potential M6 models that youve come across, as checking the condition of the automobile.
Beverly Hills Car Clubs extensive showroom has various classic car models from across the world. You can view their online gallery by visiting their website they might even have an M6 thats waiting for you. Call or email the Beverly Hills Car Club staff today to learn how you can find your ideal car.
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