Highlights of 2010 Bmw M6 Review

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Prologue

The 500-horsepower M6 is developed both as a convertible and a coupe. This vehicle shares its basic drive-train with BMW’s M5 sedan. Jaguar XKR, Aston Martin V-8 Vantage, and Porsche 911 are the main competitors of this vehicle. For 2010, there are no significant features added to this vehicle.

According to BMW, the suspension of this vehicle is developed exclusively for a sporty performance. Modifications to the basic 6 Series design includes a redesigned front air dam with large sized auxiliary intake openings to offer extra engine-cooling air.

Salient Features

2010 BMW M6  is designed with aerodynamically contoured side sills, carbon fiber roof, unique 19-inch alloy wheels, power rear window, four exhaust pipes, and power soft-top. Moreover, standard leather m-embossed sport seats, standard navigation system, available leather-wrapped dashboard, available head-up display, standard heated seats, available ipod/mp3 adapter, and available heated steering wheel are included under the interior features.

The safety features include standard antilock brakes, standard electronic stability system and traction control system, seven airbags on coupe, five airbags on convertible, pop-up rollover bars, and adaptive brake lights.

Under the Hood

BMW M6 for 2010 is designed with a standard 5.0-liter V10 engine that is used to develop 383 pounds-feet of torque and 500 hp. This engine is connected to a standard 7-speed sequential automated manual gearbox with 11 shift modes. The vehicle has an optional six-speed manual transmission too. It is developed by using rear-wheel drive configuration.

These are some of the significant facts about 2010 BMW M6review.

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