The cars have just been updated for the 2016 model year, along with the rest of the 6-Series range, and bring to the table revised styling as well as a longer list of standard equipment.
Unfortunately, there haven’t been any upgrades to the M6 powertrain, which remains a turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 delivering a peak 560 horsepower and 500 pound-feet of torque, with the latter available from just 1,500 rpm. Those seeking even more power can opt for the car’s Competition Package, which boosts output to 575 hp.
As a bonus, we’ve added a second video showing a version of BMW’s M4 equipped with many of the car’s available M Performance upgrades. And with an all-new M2 just around the corner, M fans have never been more spoiled for choice!