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2014 DTM Champ Marco Wittmann’s Individual M6 Is Up for Grabs

Not too long ago we were telling you that BMW offered Marco Wittman a special M6 Coupe to show him that he is appreciated and to encourage him to post even better results in the future. Apparently, it worked, as the 2013 Rookie of the Year managed to win the 2014 DTM title in the eight round.
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What you should know about this car is that it went through the Individual Manufaktur treatment and came out looking absolutely stunning. As you probably imagined, everything done to it was on his exact specifications.

On the outside, Fire Orange was applied, the color that was supposed to be limited to the E92 M3 GTS model alone, the fastest M3 ever to go around the Nurburgring.

Inside, the same color was applied to the dash along with the seat stitching and trim highlights. The steering wheel comes from the M Performance division and is covered in black Alcantara with the same custom stitching.

Only Bang & Olufsen could’ve been used for the entertainment part but the casings were done with dark brushed aluminum to keep the interior experience intact since the leather is also black.

While some might’ve gone for carbon fiber all around, Marco went a little more stylish. He chose gloss black mirror covers for the exterior to go with the rest of the details on it.

The performance package was installed and along with it, the power went up by 15 HP to 575 HP with the torque levels staying the same. On top of that, an Akrapovic exhaust was added to the mix for a better sound and feedback of what’s happening under the hood.

Of course, these are just the highlights of the car but the amount of details infused in it is overwhelming. Add to it the fact that the 29,800 kilometers (18,500 miles) on the odometer were done by Marco himself and this car becomes quite desirable.

Now, the asking price is €142,900 ($177,555) which might seem like a lot, but considering that the price when new went up to €195,370 ($242,759) it looks like a bargain now. Not to mention all the bragging rights that come with it...

 
 
 
 
 

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