The BMW M6 Coupe (F13) is a high-performance coupe version of the third-generation (F06/F12/13; 2011—present) BMW 6 Series.
The BMW M6 Coupe (F13) is based on the BMW 6 Series (F13) and shares its seven-speed M-DCT transmission, BMW S63B44T0 4.4L (4,395 cc) twin-turbocharged V8 engine, and other new technology with the BMW M5 (F10).
The BMW M6 (F13) uses a carbon fiber roof and other weight-saving measures, which saves 44 lb (20 kg) from the M5 but still makes the car heavier than the previous M6 by 309 lb (140 kg). The M6's design is similar to recent BMW M cars, with the front carrying a newly-designed kidney grill with an "M6" badge, a homage to the first generation M6.
The BMW M6's S63B44T0 V8 produces 560 hp (418 kW) and 500 ft·lb (678 N·m). Power is delivered to the rear wheels via the aforementioned 7-speed M-DCT transmission.
BMW claims that the M6 (F13) can reach from a stop to 60 mph (97 km/h) in 4.1 seconds and a top speed of 190 mph (306 km/h) with the M Driver's Package.
The BMW M6 Coupe (F13), renamed to simply BMW M6, was added in the Free to Play Update. It is currently a low-end Class B car.
The M6, weighing 4244 lb (1925 kg), has a slow rate of acceleration, despite its mid-high nitro stat. Due to its weight, the M6's handling is subpar. The M6 interestingly gains the same amount of speed with the top speed maxed out as when the nitro is upgraded, although the M6 appears to be more nitro-focused. The M6 has decent nitro efficiency, at 6/12/16.
The BMW M6 costs 175,000 to purchase, 265,900 to max out, and 179,260 for Pro Kits. The car requires 6 of each Class B Parts card, 4 V10 Engine cards (contradicting the fact that the car actually uses a twin-turbo, or Forced-Induction, V8 engine), 4 Initial Tech cards, 4 Early Tech cards, and 8 Mid-Tech cards. As of March 24, 2018, the M6 costs 85.000.
While the M6 does appear in a few collections, the M6 isn't very useful, as attempting to tune it for Multiplayer is not considered a wise decision. On the other hand, there are a very few Events that place the M6 as the top choice, as well as Season 4: Elite of Career Mode. The M6 is also one of the cars used in the Enduro Double Down event for the Icona Vulcano V12 Hybrid, the details of which can be seen here.
It is part of the twentieth Multiplayer Season, Coldsnap Season 2, which started on March 15, 2018. Players who finish in the Pro League will get the car. A compensation of 120,000 will be given for those who already have the car.