BMW M6 2015 Third Generation, BMW M6 2015 builds on the standard 6-Series with a much more aggressive body kit and either 19-inch or optional 20-inch alloy wheels. Wider external air intakes and new LED corona rings and accents give it a menacing appearance, although the overall look is far more cohesive and elegant than that of the outgoing model.BMW M6 2015 Engine specificationBMW M6 2015 in favor of a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 that also sees duty in the M5. Rated at 560 horsepower, the V8 is known to Bimmer-files as the S63T due to its close relation to the S63 used in the X5 M and X6 M. Unlike high-revving BMW M engines of yore, the V8 boasts its 500 lb-ft. of torque across an especially wide rev range (1,500 to 5,750 rpm). The engine rev limiter is set at 7,200 rpm, which is 200 rpm higher than the S63 used in the crossovers, whereas the old V10 screamed its way up to a 8,250 rpm redline.The BMW M6 2015, V8 gets its grunt from two twin-scroll turbochargers positioned in the V “valley” between the two cylinder banks for a reverse-flow layout, which helps keep the engine especially compact and also yields a quicker warm-up of the similarly located catalysts. The turbochargers use a higher maximum boost in the M6 (21.7 psi) than in the crossovers with the standard S63 motor. Fuel economy for the dual clutch/V8 combo is 14 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway, while opting for the six-speed improves mileage to 15/22 mpg.
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