Full Vorsteiner BMW M6 Is Pure Eye Candy

With the M6 Coupe you don’t have to work extra hard to make it look menacing. The car already has a couple of tricks up its sleeve to impress any audience and the huge air intakes at the sides of the front bumper play a pretty big role in the whole ordeal.
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The guys from Vorsteiner also did an aerodynamic kit for the M6 a while back, one that is absolutely crazy without going overboard. We know, it’s a hard notion to grasp, but it’s true. The problem with some kits is that they take things a bit too far and fall into the ridiculous side of things. Not with this kit, though.

Its silhouette is complimented by a series of carefully though add-ons that simply make everything look just a tad better. The guys from Supreme Power got one of their cars decked with the complete kit and published a set of photos on the internet to make us envy.

As you can notice, the car is now wearing a GTS-V front spoiler lip, a new rear spoiler on the boot lid and a massive air diffuser right between the quad tailpipes. On the sides, new aero blades were added just beneath the skirts, all the parts being made of carbon fibre.

As for the wheels, an essential part of any tuned car, they went for Vorsteiner’s own VSE-003 Forged Monoblocks in matte black, measuring 21x9.5 inches up front and 21x11 inches at the back, offering plenty of grip for the 4.4-liter V8 under the bonnet.

Speaking of which, that powerplant, an upgraded version of the one used on the X5 M, makes 560 HP and 680 Nm (501 lb-ft) according to BMW. Independent measuring however showed those numbers to be closer to 620 HP and 720 Nm (531 lb-ft) of torque but that’s just how BMW rolls these days. The starting price for an M6 coupe is $111,900 MSRP in the US. Add the Vorsteiner parts and Brembo brakes and you’re looking at at least $120,000.
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