BMW is about to give car lovers another no-brainer but a welcome one. It is a Competition package for track and meant for the BMW M6, which is likely to propel the power and torque proportions to the skies.
600-horsepower and 516 pounds of thrust is what the 4.4 Liter with twin-turbo charging generates, and the combined power catapults the Competition M6 coupes and Gran Coupes to a 3.8 seconds timing for 0-60mph short sprint. This figure can be termed as conservative as we regularly register 3.5 to 3.7 seconds in the regular Gran Coupes. The M6 convertible with its heavier weight must be just trailing the Comp trim by a couple of ticks. 155mph is the top speed for the M6, and it is governor limited.
Like the earlier Competition package, this one also offers stiffened springs, bushings, anti-roll bars, and dampers. All electronically operated devices have been characteristically polished and sharpened to get the edge so that a raw and sportier driving experience is created. These machinations have rendered “M Dynamic setting” of the stability control and an active rear differential. Steering in the M6 with Comp package feels more direct compared to the M6 base model.
The base models are offered with 19-inch wheels as regular equipment, but the Competition package adds 20-inch two-tone wheels, and also exhaust tips in black numbering four.
The launch date of US, as well as the pricing, is in the air. Last time the package for the coupe and convertible cost $7300 and $6000 for Gran Coupes. We would certainly recommend this package to serious drivers if they have already decided on buying the M6. It would be better if the addition of the package also cuts down the weight of the M6. Well, it is a no-brainer either way for both BMW’s profit margin and buyers.