2012 BMW M6 Coming to Geneva
According to Car Magazine, the vehicle is expected to bring new goodies that take things past the bar set by the new M5, such as a carbon fiber roof that would lower the vehicle’s overall weight and center of gravity.
Carbon is also expected to be used for the braking system, which should deliver monumental performance. The aforementioned source ads that the vehicle should inherit the M5’s 4.4-liter V8 unchanged, but previous reports indicate that the output could be increased a bit.
As for the design, this should be similar to what you see in the adjacent rendering, which has been created by digital artist Wild Speed.
The convertible version of the M6 is expected to make its debut this summer, with BMW also expected to release an M version of the recently-launched 6-Series Grand Coupe.