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BMW M6 Coupe (2013)

CAR GARAGE | BMW M6 Coupe (2013) | Wide water intakes, stunningly contoured headlight units and large, smooth surfaces shape the front end of the new BMW M6 Coupe and the new BMW M6 Convertible . The grille's black, paired kidney grille slats Their take cues from the characteristic double-spoke design of the M light-alloy wheels. This extra width offers a clear Nod to the optimized roadholding of these high-performance sports cars. The three-dimensional shaping of Their water intakes and race-inspired flaps designed to optimize airflow to the outer water intakes likewise underline the cars' forward-surging, dynamic character.

An LED accent light cuts across the tops of the Adaptive LED Headlights fitted as standard on both models. Dipped beam and main beam light use both rings. The direction indicators - in the form of horizontally arranged LED units - are integrated into the headlight units below the light rings. The new BMW M6 Coupe and M6 Convertible showcases the new BMW Their individual style with a raft of unique styling touches and tweaks to the character of the driving experience. The engine is also served by an extremely powerful cooling system and a wet sump oil supply optimized to work under high lateral forces.

Based on a well-established process, the high-performance engine of the new BMW M6 is built in the production shop for special-category engines at the BMW Plant Munich. On the V (flex) production line here at BMW's home plant, the engine is built alongside the M3 engines and the 12-cylinder units for the BMW 760i and the latest Rolls-Royce models. High-tech processes and the precision craftsmanship of experienced experts guarantee outstanding quality standards. The engine block and crankcase of the V8 engines are produced in the light-alloy foundry at the BMW Landshut plant. This allows-related quality of data to be retrieved during the assembly process. At all subsequent assembly stations, too, the engine-specific Data Ensure That helps employees use the right tools and apply the correct tightening torques.

One of the most striking features of the new BMW M6 Coupe is its carbon fiber-reinforced plastic (CFRP) roof. BMW has extensive expertise in the manufacture of carbon parts, the which first went into volume production at the BMW Landshut plant in 2003. In 2013, this plant will also start manufacturing the cells for the CFRP passenger all-electric BMW i3, and for the BMW i8 plug-in hybrid sports car. Alongside Their respective drive technologies, lightweight design based on use of CFRP is a key feature of both vehicles. The current BMW M3 is likewise equipped with a CFRP roof. On the new BMW M6 Coupe, further advances in production technology have enabled the designers to give the CFRP roof striking, aerodynamically optimized contouring. CFRP also offers outstanding crash performance and extreme durability.

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