BMW have recently announced that the M5 Saloon can be specified with the Competition Package, the good news is that so can the M6 range.
The new Competition Package is available for a £6,500 premium on top of the standard M6 Coupe and Convertible and £5,500 for the Gran Coupe.
It increased the power output to 575 hp from the standard 560 hp which reduces the 0-62 mpg time to 4.1 seconds for the Coupe / Gran Coupe and 4.2 seconds for the convertible. The top speed remains limited to 155 mph.
The Competition Pack includes Sport suspension settings, Sport steering, Sport exhaust with Black Chrome exhaust tailpipes and exclusive 20-inch Double-spoke M light-alloy wheels.
The Active M Differential is tuned to enhance agility during cornering while the M Dynamic Mode (MDM) is tuned to allow higher thresholds before the DSC intervenes.
Options include the choice of Adaptive LED headlights, 20-inch alloy wheels in black, an enhanced colour palette, upholstery and interior trim choice.
|Model||Price OTR||HP||Nm||0 - 62mph Seconds||Top Speed mph||Combined mpg||CO2 Emissions g/km|
|BMW M6 Coupe with Competition Package||£100,680||575||680||4.1||155||28.5||232|
|BMW M6 Convertible with Competition Package||£105,880||575||680||4.2||155||27.4||239|
|BMW M6 Gran Coupe with Competition Package||£103,200||575||680||4.1||155||28.5||232|
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