2018 BMW M6 loses its iconic coupé range, but the four-door Gran Coupé has always been the most convincing choice
The BMW M6 2018 range shrinks a bit this year, reflecting consumers not seduced by its origin, the two-door coupe configuration. The M6s that buyers really bought the four-seater cabriolet and four-door Gran Coupe stay and it is as desirable as ever.
Like the rest of the 6 Series range, the 2018 BMW M6 features a beautifully stylish and functional interior design. Quality materials are everywhere, with special touches for the M6, such as M badges and special seats. Steering wheel controls include an “M” button, which allows the driver to store predefined performance parameters. While the Gran Coupe is technically a sedan, do not expect 7 levels of the room series out there, although it is definitely better than the convertible. The trunk volume in the Gran Coupé is pretty good, and even the convertible offers good space thanks to its convertible top a little old school.
The M6 is visually distinguished from its non-M brothers by unique calender inserts, more aggressive treatment and lower front and rear bumper, and of course the M6 badges on the nose, wing slots and tail . But it is a subtle difference, playing off the already powerful and sexy style of the 6 series itself. The Gran Coupé does a respectable job of mimicking 2 doors through its low roof and wide position (ignore the door handles), and convertible sports from a soft top instead of the more fashionable hard top found on Other cars.
The standard engine in the BMW M6 car is a 3.0-liter supercharged 6-cylinder engine making 315 horsepower and 330 pound-feet of torque, allowing it to accelerate from zero to sixty in a fast 5.3 seconds; This is the BMW 640i. Is next to a 445-horsepower V8 engine and making 480 lb-ft of torque, allowing the BMW 650i to accelerate from zero to sixty in 4.3 seconds; This one-second difference is enormous in the seat of your pants. Both engines use an 8-speed automatic transmission. Rear wheel drive is standard, with all-wheel drive available, which calls the BMW xDrive.
The six-cylinder gets 21/30 miles per gallon city / highway, 24 mpg combined. The 6 Series has not been tested crash by the government industry or insurance. Being a high-end German car, there is a ton of safety equipment available, including front-end collision warnings with automatic emergency braking at city speeds; monitors; Blind spots a view camera surround system; And the starting warnings of the track. Night vision cameras with pedestrian detection and active steering assistants are also available.
2018 BMW M6 Gran Coupe starts with Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of approximately $ 120,000