BMW M6 Convertibles

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2018 BMW M6

Like the rest of the BMW 6 Series lineup, the actual M6 coupe is dropped from the M6 family. Aside from that, changes are minor and include a new Parking Assistance Package that includes side- and around-view, and a reconfigured Driving Assistance Package that includes blind-spot detection and more.

2017 BMW M6

For 2017, all BMW 6 Series models gain iDrive 5.0, wireless charging and Wi-Fi hotspot.

2016 BMW M6

For 2016, all new BMW 6 Series models get a refreshed nose and tail, plus interior enhancements like a new steering wheel and revised center console with BMW's newest touch-pad iDrive controller. A new active exhaust system lets the engine sing when the car is in Sport or Sport+ mode.

About BMW M6

The 2018 BMW M6 loses the coupe model this year, leaving the 4-door Gran Coupe and Convertible as the lone 6 Series models under the M umbrella; the all-new 6 Series Gran Turismo doesn't qualify. The M on the trunk means a twin-turbocharged V8 under the hood of the Gran Coupe or Convertible M6, putting out either 552 horsepower in the regular M6 or 600 horsepower in the Competition Package models; yes, there's a more M6-er version of the M6. We're sentimental to the loss of the classic coupe, but the Gran Coupe and Convertible are both excellent options for those considering grand touring sedans like the Mercedes-AMG CLS63 or Audi RS7, or convertibles like the Mercedes-AMG S63 Convertible or Porsche 911 Cabriolet.

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