This Is One Of The Sickest Sounding BMW M6s We've Ever Heard

Exhaust

Snap, crackle, POP POP POP!

As it comes fresh from the factory the BMW M6 Gran Coupe is an incredible luxury performance sedan. A stock one of these German-built beasts is powered by a ferocious 560-hp, 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 that cranks out 500 lb-ft of torque when mated with either a seven-speed automatic or six-speed manual transmission. Without any additional upgrades the M6 Gran Coupe looks beautiful, sounds aggressive and can hit 60 mph in 3.7 seconds.

So when we saw this video of an amazing 757 hp M6 that was tuned by Manhart and fitted with an Akrapovic exhaust system, our adrenaline started rushing. This video shows the tastefully customized M6 cruising around London making some insane sounds during various phases of its modification. We know BMW fans will absolutely love this one.

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