The BMW Blog recently headed to California to test drive the latest BMW M6 Competition Package.
BMW M6 Coupe is one of those cars that turns heads wherever you go. BMW Blog have recently taken it for a test drive in California.
The M6 Coupe with the new Competition Package is (weighing in at an additional $7,300), is a much more channelled version of the 6 Series Coupe. With an addition 15 horsepower (totalling 575hp), sprint times are at a staggering 4.1 seconds or 3.9 if using launch control.
Is the new M6 Coupe all about more power?
BMW is not aiming the M6 Coupe at just the “Ultimate Driver” but rather is focusing on a larger demographic that buys cars for the total package. And in this case, it means a top notch cabin to match the exterior design and power. On the inside you get, in standard form, dual-zone automatic climate control, keyless ignition/entry, leather upholstery, 16-way power heated front seats, front seat memory functions, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, carbon-fiber interior trim, interior ambient lighting, Bluetooth phone and streaming audio; iDrive interface with a 10.2-inch display; a rear-view camera; a navigation system with voice commands; smartphone app integration and USB/iPod integration.
To read the full article, head over to the BMW Blog