2013 BMW M6 Road Test and Review: Introduction
Fully redesigned for model year 2013, BMW’s M6 is well and truly automotive royalty.
More than just a fast car, the 2013 BMW M6 is stunningly beautiful in addition to being luxuriously appointed. For many people, absolute road going prowess is just as much a luxury feature as a 16-way adjustable seat. Keeping this in mind, BMW’s M6 is indeed a luxury car of the first order.
To think of the 2013 BMW M6 as a BMW 650i on steroids would be pretty close to the mark. More muscular in appearance, and way more aggressive in demeanor, the 2013 BMW M6 feels even more in your face than its 2011 BMW M6 forebear. Given that model had two additional cylinders in its engine to work with, that’s a pretty big statement.
The ultimate coupe from the builders of the ultimate driving machine, you expect the M6 to perform and it absolutely does. And while it’s true the new BMW M6 relies upon V8 power rather than the racing inspired V10 of its predecessor, this twin-turbocharged V8 delivers even more muscle than that V10 — along with less complexity and better fuel economy.