This Tuned BMW M6 Convertible Should Be Able To Destroy A Ferrari F12


Welcome this beast into the 700 hp club.

To truly be considered a supercar, a vehicle must have an insane amount of power. As technology gets better, enthusiasts are craving vehicles that have even more performance and, unbelievably, even more power. The BMW M6 Convertible isn’t a supercar or close to being one (although there are some exceptions), but its 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 makes 575 hp, which makes it’s a great grand tourer. Noelle Motors has taken the touring vehicle and given it more power than a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta.

Finished in BMW Individual Frozen Brilliant White paint, the high-performance vehicle also features matte black aftermarket wheels that make the exterior of the vehicle pop. While it may look like a normal M6 Convertible from the outside, the true magic happens under the hood. Thanks to Noelle Motor’s Stage 3 performance kit, the M6 Convertible generates 766 hp and 650 lb-ft of torque. The newfound performance is due to an optimized ECU and new exhaust downpipes with free-flow sport catalytic converters. There’s no word on what kind of performance the tuned M6 Convertible has, but the vehicle can now hit 214 mph. There’s only one word to describe this tuned M6 Convertible: supercar.

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