Prior Design, the famous German tuning company reveals the dark side of the high performance Bavarian model, BMW M6 Coupe. Unveiled in early 2012 , the latest generation of the BMW M6 found its place instantly in the heart of fast cars enthusiasts, impressing especially because its V8 twin-turbo engine, able to render not less than 560 horsepower. Let’s not forget that the 4.4 liter petrol unit was mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission making its performance quite impressive: 0-100 km/h in just 4.2 seconds and 0-200 km/h in about 12.6 seconds.
Prior-Design has already showed a 3D design of the widebody kit for the BMW 6-Series, but now they have a demo car equipped with this package and these the first official pictures!
This „Widebody Aerodynamic-Kit” from Prior-Design is available for the new BMW 6-series, the F12, F13 and of course the M6. The price of this package is, of course, on request, but we have a few details on what is available in the package.
BMW M6 Coupe Maximum Speed?
Just like M5 F10, the latest generation of the BMW M6 comes bundled with a limit of 250 km/h , but this limit was upgraded with 55 km/h and now top speed is 305 km/h if you’ll choose the M Driver ‘s Package. As visual, this super Bavarian coupe manages to impose respect and prestige since its first appearance thanks to the oversized front intakes , the engine hood and a dramatically styled prominent rear air diffuser. Yet, Prior Design was not happy with this model and added a bit more sportiness.
The solution is called PRIOR-DESIGN PD6XX and basically we’re talking about a complete body kit that brings a set of extensions to the front bumper and side skirts , a pair of front flaps, air intakes on the bonnet and a trunk spoiler. The list of goodies does not end here though, the new BMW M6 is endowed with generous extensions – front and rear, hiding under five-spoke rims.
Information on PD6XX’s price made by the famous German tuning specialists, Prior Design, are lacking at the moment, but the PD6XX package will be available for sale on many high performance versions: M6 Coupe, M6 Convertible and 6 Series Coupe standard version & 6 Series Convertible. Does it look good on BMW M6 Coupe?