BMW M6 Convertible Spied Completely Uncovered

Spy Shots

After months of spying the M6 Convertible in camouflage, it’s finally been spotted bearing all.

To date, we've only spied the M6 Convertible testing in standard order camouflage, but thanks to Autospies, the all-new BMW M6 Convertible can be seen here most likely waiting to be delivered to one of the forthcoming auto shows. The pictures were taken at the Bayonne Military Ocean Terminal in New Jersey, and the close-up reveals a performance brake kit with blue calipers borrowed from the M5, X6M-lookalike wheels, quadruple exhaust system, redesigned side skirt, and a beautiful shade of Le Mans Blue.

BMW has yet to announce where the M6 will be officially unveiled but if we had to guess, Detroit is the most likely destination. Watch this space. Photos courtesy of AutoSpied.

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