BMW M6 Celebration Edition

BMW M6 Celebration Edition

It seems being a Japan-based BMW fan is paying off these days, as the Bavarian car manufacturer is constantly delivering some very special vehicle onto said market. As part of the company’s 100 years celebration, the BMW M6 Celebration Edition model shows up and brags about slight touches and a power increase over the standard version.

The BMW M6 Celebration Edition shows off the Competition Package and benefits from 600 hp and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque – 40 hp and 20 Nm (15 lb-ft) extra than the factory M6. There are also various add-ons to be noticed, making sure this vehicles is a head-turner.

BMW M6 Celebration Edition

This very special BMW M6 has been equipped with M Carbon Ceramic brakes, while the suspension and steering have been tweaked courtesy of the Competition Package and the M Driver’s Package. This means this BMW will reach a top speed of 305 km/h (190 mph) and will do 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 3.9 seconds.

Please note that only 13 units were meant to see daylight, with the Austin Yellow exterior paint allowing pedestrians to recognize them in an instant. From an aesthetic point of view, this BMW features a CFRP boot lid spoiler, a new diffuser on the rear bumper as well as blacked out kidney grilles. The M6 is riding on 20-inch alloys, hopefully straight into your garage – once you pay up at least 23,210,000 Japanese Yen ($210,000).

BMW M6 Celebration Edition

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