In 2006, BMW’s M division formed a partnership to provide the official safety cars for the MotoGP championship. Last year, a BMW 1-Series M Coupe was the official safety car at the Indianapolis MotoGP, but this year this role will be reserved for the brand new BMW M6 Coupe.

The new BMW M6 Safety Car will make its first public debut during this weekend’s (May 19-20, 2012) Nürburgring 24 Hours endurance race in Germany, a warm up for the upcoming M Festival’s M Corso event.

BMW hasn’t revealed any details on their brand new M6 Coupe Safety Car, but we believe it will get the same treatment as all the previous safety models. This treatment will include plenty of carbon fiber elements to make it lighter, an adjustable rear wing for improved downforce, a rollover cage, and new front racing bucket seats. There will also be a special exterior finish and lots of LED lights.

More details about the new M6 Coupe MotoGP Safety Car will be revealed during the weekend. Stay tuned!


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  (419) posted on 06.14.2012

This safety car is efficient on everything else, except its style. Even if it has a purpose, the design could have been better.

  (677) posted on 06.7.2012

I can’t really say that it is stylish because it wasn’t even intended to be fashionable.

  (458) posted on 05.28.2012

Perhaps it would be better if BMW had hired or had contacted some designing company to fix its appearance.

  (570) posted on 05.24.2012

I don’t really expect a lot from it, but seeing its sloppy exterior make me think that it’s worthy of the tuners’ attention.

  (448) posted on 05.22.2012

Since it is a safety car, I guess the paint job is only ideal. There’s this hint of flashiness to it though.

  (333) posted on 05.20.2012

I really don’t like how it’s dressed in white, then coated with streaks of blue and red. Somehow, the light appearance gives a cheap impression to me.

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