Tuesday, November 9, 2010

BMW announced the end of production of the current generation of the M6, which was built in coupe and convertible versions.The model was introduced in the European market in 2005, initially in the coupe body, and was quite successful in markets like the United States, Germany and England. Since his arrival, the coupe has sold 9,087 units, while the convertible version recorded 5065 vehicles sold in the last four years, since the car was launched in 2006.Both were equipped with an engine 5.0 V10 that generates 507 hp and maximum torque of 53.03 kgfm. The coupe accelerated from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.6 seconds, while the convertible reached the same speed in 4.8 seconds.The bad news is that with the end of the M6, the V10 engine will also be discontinued. A new generation is to be launched in 2012, equipped with a propeller 4.4 V8 with two turbochargers and power estimated at 578 hp.

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