BMW M6 convertible Image Gallery
The BMW M6 convertible is the high-performance variant of the German automaker's full-size 6-Series drop-top.
Stylistically, the M6 builds on the standard 6-Series with a much more aggressive body kit and either 19-inch or optional 20-inch alloy wheels.
Wider external air intakes and new LED corona rings and accents give it a menacing appearance, although the overall look is far more cohesive and elegant than that of the outgoing model.
Inside, unique sports seats should hold both driver and passenger in place.
M-specific features like the automaker's custom-tailored M Drive system and M Heads-Up display are also on board.
Aside from numerous M badges, a unique three-spoke steering wheel and some minor trim differences, the cabin is otherwise standard 6-Series fare, meaning it features a driver-focused design and high-quality materials throughout.
BMW says that the M6 can sprint to 62 mph in 4.2 seconds, but a 12.6-second sprint to 124 mph is even more impressive. Both models are limited to a 155 mph top speed.
Befitting its spot near the pinnacle of BMW's model range, the M6 Convertible comes lavishly equipped with standard leather upholstery.
Highlights from the options list include a 16-speaker Bang & Olufsen sound system, ventilated seats, a night vision system and a heads-up display that transmits speed and other vital information to the base of the windshield.
Standard safety features on the M6 Convertible include dual front, side, side curtain and knee airbags in addition to active head restraints and traction and stability control systems.
Also included is Active Protection, which tightens the seatbelts and closes the windows and sunroof if it detects an imminent crash. Afterwards, it automatically applies the brakes to reduce the likelihood of a second collision.
For longer journeys, an Attention Assistant feature evaluates the driver's control inputs and issues an encouragement to rest if it detects signs of fatigue.