Spied: BMW 6 Series M Sport Goes Red

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Here are some spy shots showing the upcoming BMW 6 Series M Sport convertible. And unlike many spied BMWs, this one is painted in red metallic with only a few swirly lines up front and out back, instead of the often seen black paint job completely covered with swirly lines. The standard 6-Series convertible made its official debut this past April. There are a few new features.

Some of the new features will include LED-lightning units and a new set of 20-inch double-spoke alloy wheels offered as an upgrade from the standard 19-inch wheels. As usual, the M package boasts a more aggressive bumper which incorporates larger air inlets. The rear is comprised of a set of dark chrome exhaust pipes. There is no official word yet when it will be launched, but we think the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show sounds like a good bet. Photos courtesy of bimmertoday.

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