BMW Celebrates 100 Years With Special Edition M6 In Japan

Posted: May 30 2016, 10:34am CDT | by , Updated: May 30 2016, 8:44pm CDT, in News | Cars & Vehicles


BMW Celebrates 100 Years with Special Edition M6 in Japan

A special edition M6 BMW has been released in Japan to mark one hundred years of success for the company.

BMW will be launching various special edition models in order to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the company. BMW has provided various special edition vehicles all around the globe in order to mark 100 years. The celebrations are in full swing in Japan and BMW M6 is something that will make the celebrations worthwhile for sure.

This special edition model comes up with a power increase up to 600 HP in order to mark celebration. M6 is one of the six special models that are to be unveiled this year in special edition. This M6 will be a 600 HP car with 700 Nm of torque. These numbers are more than the standard ones. Thus this special edition will give you a number of add-ons other than the standard model. 

The large M6 couple comes with carbon break, which is a new thing in the car. These are not only groundbreaking but will also improve the stopping by many notches. This edition has a renewed suspension and steering which has made the drive even better than ever.

This special edition has another really important thing to be noticed. It is the increased speed that one can see as compare to older versions. This car can speed up to 305 km/h while it goes to 100km/h in mere 3.9 seconds, according to BMWBlog. It surely is a dream car for speed lovers!

This car won’t be available for a lot of people all around the country. Only 13 special units will be produced and will be released for sale. The M6 looks exceptional due to its Austin Yellow exterior paint. It has a CFPR boot lip spoiler and iconic grills that make it look nothing short of awesome. 

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