2013 BMW M6

    This is about  2013 BMW M6 Spy Shots, which will be will be turbocharged their oft-used 4.4-liter V8 than to put together a special V10 specifically for the M5 and M6. Turbochargers allow for both high power, MUCH higher torque, and better MPG than the alternative. Not to mention, take a look at the 0-60 times – the BMW M5 throws it down in a claimed 4.7 seconds.

    BMW M6  also will share a drivetrain, the new M6 will scrap the current car’s 5.0-liter 500-bhp V-10 in favor of a breathed-on version of BMW’s 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V-8. We’d guess the M5 and M6 will produce somewhere in the range of 580 to 600 bhp, yet both will actually be more efficient than the cars they replace. The M6’s outdated single-clutch SMG transmission will of course be scrapped, in favor of a 7-speed dual-clutch M-DCT gearbox.
     2013 BMW M6
     2013 BMW M6
     2013 BMW M6

    2013 BMW M6

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