Available in $292,600 Coupe, $299,600 Gran Coupe and $308,600 Convertible form, the revised M6 range brings a small price rise, but there’s been a handy upgrade thrown into the equation for 2015.
For the new model year, all three Australian-delivered M6 models will be equipped with the Competition Pack as standard, boosting power and adding a handful of performance extras.
Headlining the pack’s upgrades is a power and torque boost to 441kW and 700Nm (up 29kW and 20Nm), the latter available between 1500 and 6000rpm.
Matched to BMW M’s seven-speed DCT auto, the new outputs contribute to improved 0-100km/h claims of 3.9 seconds for the Coupe and Gran Coupe, and 4.0 seconds for the Convertible.
The pack also adds new 20-inch light alloy wheels, enhanced control settings for the rear Active M differential, M-specific Servotronic on the rack-and-pinion steering, and re-tuned suspension, damping and stabiliser. M Dynamic driving mode select is also featured.
Other features include the addition of digital radio and a new full Merino leather trim with contrast stitching.
Watch for TMR’s review of the updated M6 this week, and catch our earlier coverage - including reviews - at the below links.