• Spy Shots: BMW M6 convertible
  • Spy Shots: BMW M6 convertible
  • Spy Shots: BMW M6 convertible
  • Spy Shots: BMW M6 convertible
  • Spy Shots: BMW M6 convertible
  • Spy Shots: BMW M6 convertible
  • Spy Shots: BMW M6 convertible
  • Spy Shots: BMW M6 convertible
Spy Shots: BMW M6 convertible – Click above for high-res image gallery

The new 2012 BMW 6 Series has already proven itself to be an improvement over its predecessor in many ways, with a host of updates that should make BMW fans happy. The news we're eagerly awaiting is the official reveal of the upcoming M6 variant, as well as its drop-top sibling. We're under the assumption that the M6 should pack the same twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 as the M5, with something close to the sedan's 560 horsepower and 530 pound-feet of torque.

Beyond that, we're expecting the M6 convertible to look a lot like its non-M sibling, but for now, we'll have to peruse spy photos until we can see the real thing. Click on the photo above or the gallery below to check out the well-disguised pics. There's a lot of paisley camouflage, but we can clearly see some upsized wheels and tires, quad exhaust tips out back and body-side molding to keep this high-pot cruiser closer to the road.


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      empowered77
      • 3 Years Ago
      +1 Ron Baker Bring back Bangle. This thing is too big, too fat, too average. Oh Joy! I had a 335 coupe and I think the old 6 and the pre facelift 3 coupes were gorgeous to look at and drive. The new ones, not so much. My next is either a P car or a CLS550. The new ones are great value, better looking and a lot more practical
      • 3 Years Ago
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      miketim1
      • 3 Years Ago
      i want to be excited about this car but for some reason im not... the new BMW's dont interest like they used to... and their design looks too similar
      Evan
      • 3 Years Ago
      Yup, the new 6-series is among the most poorly reviewed of recent BMWs. Issues with steering, weight, packaging, looks, handling, etc. I'm sure there are plenty of people that can get excited about a 4,300 pound 4-seat convertible with Pontiac looks - for ah, around $100,000 - I'm just not one of them. I wish BMW would clean house - the only driver's convertible they have left in their stable is the 3-series.
      tf3lau
      • 3 Years Ago
      6 Series: Yawn. M6: Yawnnn. M6, Convertible: YAWNNNNNNNNNNN.
      Ak74
      • 3 Years Ago
      This car is gonna be a monster.
      • 3 Years Ago
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