BMW’s Concept 6 Series Coupe will only be unveiled at the Paris Motor Show next week and we already have some renderings of what the M6 Coupe could look like. We don’t want to say the artist was a little overeager with the rendering – it actually looks pretty awesome – but it certainly wouldn’t hurt to wait for the Concept 6 Series Coupe to be unveiled first. Not that it matters; we’re just saying.

In any case, the 2012 M6 rendering, courtesy of a very promising artist from Bimmerboost, doesn’t look a whole lot different from the 6-Series Concept Coupe with the exception of a new front bumper sans the longitudinal grilles present on the latter, the quad exhaust tips on the rear, and the addition of side skirts. Apart from that, we’re thinking that, as always, the biggest difference between the 6-Series Concept Coupe and the M6 lies on what’s under the hood of both cars.

We still have no idea what powertrain the 2012 M6 Coupe will come in, but it could come in something along the lines of a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine with a few tweaks here and there to increase the car’s overall output. Like we said, all of this is still conjecture so we won’t dwell too much on it.


Source: Bimmerboost

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  (534) posted on 10.15.2010

Some strong rear fenders and good looking taillights would absolutely "make" this car for me, but then again I never had an issue with the front and overall shape of the current 6.

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