BMW M6 Convertible Review

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The 2010 M6 Convertible offers top-down motoring with the same exceptional performance and handling of the M6 coupe. Power comes from BMW's 500 horsepower V10 engine developed for F1 racing, and the convertible is equipped with the high-tech suspension and performance modifications of the M6 Coupe. The Convertible isn't as light as some of its competitors, but the high-revving engine is more than capable.

The styling of the 6-Series is thought to be the best in the BMW lineup, and the two-door convertible has a particularly sleek and graceful look. To set the M6 apart, the car is fitted with a distinctive front air dam, a rear air diffuser, and side gills in the front fenders. The soft-top adds some innovative styling touches, and the rear window actually can be opened like the side windows. The M6 Convertible is one hot car.

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