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2010 BMW M6 Overview
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BMW makes a number of subtle updates to its M6 high-performance two-door coupe and convertible for 2010, including a more streamlined, sportier exterior shape, larger headlights, revised bumpers, and updated exhaust pipes. BMW also stretches the M6's wheelbase for 2010, resulting in a roomier cabin. However, the M6 retains its compact, high-revving, naturally aspirated V10 powerplant, which displaces 5.0 liters. The V10 produces 500 hp and 383 lb-ft of torque, and drives the M6 from 0 to 60 in 4.5 seconds and to a top speed of 155 mph. The engine links to a seven-speed Sequential Manual Gearbox (SMG) with drivelogic, which matches shift patterns to each individual driver.
Based on the higher-end 5 Series trims, the 2010 M6 rides on an independent suspension with M calibration, which includes stiffened springs, dampers, and anti-roll bars, and a modified rear axle. An Electronic Damping Control system enables drivers to choose from Comfort, Normal, and Sport modes. Other M-specific features include Dynamic Stability Control with M Dynamic Mode and all-season traction with an M Variable Differential Lock, which monitors inputs from the suspension, powerplant, and road surface, and transmits drive power to individual wheels to ensure optimal traction.
The M6 also comes with speed-sensitive power steering, which links to the M Driving Dynamics Control system, enabling drivers to switch to sport-oriented steering by pushing the M Drive button located on the steering wheel. The M6 cruises on 19-inch light-cast alloy wheels with high-performance tires.
The M6's interior features continue to impress. Merino leather upholstery comes standard, and the M sport heated front seats feature 14-way power-adjustment, adjustable side bolsters, four-way lumbar support, and a three-setting memory system. The multi-function steering wheel comes equipped with paddle shifters for the transmission, while the instrument cluster displays a unique M design. The 13-speaker Logic7 Surround Sound AM/FM audio system includes two subwoofers, HD radio, digital sound processing, and MP3 capabilities.
The M6 comes in coupe and convertible trims for 2010. The coupe features a reinforced carbon-fiber roof, while the convertible comes equipped with a fully lined power soft-top roof with a heated glass rear window. Other exterior features include xenon adaptive headlights, rain-sensing windshield wipers, heated exterior mirrors, and Park Distance Control with front and rear sensors.
Rob has been a contributor to CarGurus since 2007, and an automotive test-driver and writer since the early ’90s. He’s test-driven everything from BMWs and Jags to Bentleys and Saabs, with an occasional Range Rover, Ferrari, Porsche or Lamborghini thrown in. He also created the annual Car of the Year and Exotic Car of the Year awards for Robb Report magazine. He currently resides in Florida.