No seriously, hide it. Because the M-tuned sixer will be like a bully that shakes me down for 80 or 90 grand. All we know about the M6 so far is that it will probably use the same engine as the M5, a 5.0 liter 507-hp V10, plus most likely the seven-speed SMG gear changing apparatus. The M6 will be BMW's effort to keep up with the ultra-powerful B-pillar-less Mercedes CL coupes, which I've seen a damn lot of lately, mostly being "driven" at 3/10ths in the passing lane with a parade of cars behind them.
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