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The Evolution of Power and Elegance Through the Generations

Since its appearance n 1983 with the first generation BMW M6, this iconic line has continued to define the perfect blend of extraordinary performance and sophisticated elegance. Each generation of the BMW M6 has brought its share of innovations, bold design and dazzling performance.

Let's discover the evolution of the M6 through the decades:

1. BMW M6 E24 (1983-1989): The Forerunner

- Equipped with an M88/3 in-line six-cylinder engine, the first generation laid the foundations for sportiness and luxury.
- Exceptional performance, with remarkable acceleration and a top speed that places it among the best of its time.

2. BMW M6 E63/E64 (2005-2011): The Renaissance

- After a hiatus of 16 years, the M6 returns with the V10 S85 engine from the M5 E60, ensuring an inordinate amount of power.
- Introduced in coupe and cabriolet versions, it boasts bold design elements and advanced technical features.

3. BMW M6 F12 (2012-2018): A fusion of luxury and performance

- Based on the 6 Series F12/F13/F06, this generation combines a twin-turbo V8 engine with a 7-speed dual-clutch transmission.
- Its sleek design and astonishing performance make it a modern icon of the marriage between elegance and dynamism.

4. BMW M6 F06 (Gran Coupé, 2013-2018): Four-door elegance

- The introduction of the Gran Coupé version broadens the scope of the M6, offering a unique combination of top-level performance and four-door design.

5. BMW M6 F06 LCI (2015-2019): Refreshment and Increased Performance

- The mid-life update brings aesthetic improvements and performance tweaks, consolidating its place as the benchmark for sports luxury.

6. BMW M6 F12 LCI (2015-2019) : Special Editions and Stunning Features

- Special editions, such as the "First Edition M6" and the "35 Jahre M5", add an exclusive touch to this already exceptional generation.

7. BMW M6 F13 (2012-2018): The Cabriolet Declination

- The convertible version of the F12 shares the same power and elegance, offering an incomparable open-top driving experience.

8. BMW M6 F06 LCI (2015-2019) : Competition and Racing

- The M6 leaves an indelible mark on the racetrack with the M6 GT3 and M6 GTLM, demonstrating its power and competitiveness in motorsport.

Each generation of the BMW M6 has added its own contribution to this prestigious lineage, making this series an undisputed icon of the marriage between luxury and performance. Follow us in this detailed article as we explore each iteration of this automotive legend in depth.

First-generation M6

BMW M635 CSI E24

The genesis of the M6

The first generation BMW M6 came to life in 1983 with the M635CSi 6 Series E24 model. It was a time when cutting-edge engineering and iconic design came together to create an exceptional sports car. Explore the details of the genesis of this automotive legend.

*Motor specifications

Under the hood, the M88/3 in-line six-cylinder engine powered the European version, while the S38B35 powered the North American and Japanese versions. Discover the technical specifications, impressive performance and differences between these engines.

*Design elements

The M635CSi was more than just raw power. From the BBS RS wheels to the distinctive rear spoiler and the larger front spoiler, explore the design elements that shaped the unique aesthetics of the first-generation M6.

Global Evolution

Over the course of the 1988 and 1989 model years, the E24 Series became a "world car", with aesthetic modifications harmonized across all markets. Find out how this evolution helped establish the M6's presence on the global automotive stage.

Performance and Production

Immerse yourself in the exceptional performance of the M635CSi/M6 E24, with production figures and notable facts. From its speed on the highway to its performance on the track, explore what has made the M6 such an iconic model.

Production of the M635CSi/M6 E24 ended in 1989, but its legacy lives on. This first-generation M6 set the standard for future generations, leaving an indelible mark on the history of luxury sports cars.

Second-generation M6

BMW M6 E63
BMW M6 F12: A Work of Art Combining Power and Elegance

The BMW M6 F12, from the F12/F13/F06 6 series, embodies the perfect fusion of performance and luxury. Introduced with the famous 7-speed dual-clutch transmission and the fearsome BMW S63 twin-turbo V8 engine, it follows in the footsteps of the formidable F10 M5.

Power and Performance :

The M6 F12 boasts impressive acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds (4.3 seconds for the convertible version). Its top speed is electronically limited to 250 km/h, with the optional M-driver package pushing it to a remarkable 305 km/h. An active limited-slip differential ensures optimum traction.

Design and Dynamics :

Nader Faghihzadeh's visionary touch is evident in the M6's design, with a distinctive M grille paying homage to its iconic predecessor. Weighing in at 1,850 kg for the coupe, 2,055 kg for the convertible and 1,950 kg for the Gran Coupé, it strikes the perfect balance between agility and stability.

M Performance improvements :

Enthusiasts can enhance their M6 experience with M Performance parts, including a sports exhaust system, carbon fiber diffuser, spoiler, carbon fiber sports steering wheel and gear selector, all contributing to a more exhilarating driving experience.

Competition Pack :

The 2014 Competition Pack improved the M6's performance with a sportier exhaust system, stiffer suspension and an increase in power to 423 kW (567 hp). In 2016, this power was further enhanced, reaching 441 kW (591 hp) and a 0-100 km/h time of 3.8 seconds.

Heritage in Motorsport :

The M6 has left an indelible mark on motorsport, with the M6 GT3 causing a sensation since its debut in 2016, claiming victories in prestigious events such as the 24 Hours of Spa. The M6 GTLM, designed for the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar championship, has continued the success with notable victories.

In short, the BMW M6 F12 embodies the union of cutting-edge technology, breathtaking performance and timeless design, a true symbol of BMW's commitment to the ultimate driving experience.

Third-generation M6

BMW M6 F12
BMW M3 E46: The Essence of Power and Elegance

The BMW M3 E46, a jewel of German engineering, embodies the perfect fusion of dynamic performance and timeless elegance. Produced between September 2000 and August 2006, this automotive icon continues to captivate enthusiasts.

Body styles :

Available in coupé and cabriolet versions, the M3 E46 offers flowing lines and a sleek silhouette. The coupé, with an acceleration time of 0 to 100 km/h in 5.2 seconds, is a statement of power.

Powertrain :

At the heart of the M3 E46 beats the S54 engine, a 3.2 L in-line six-cylinder delivering 252 kW (343 hp) at 7,900 rpm and 365 N⋅m (269 lb-ft) of torque at 4,900 rpm.

Innovative transmission :

Available with a Getrag 420G 6-speed manual transmission or an SMG-II automated transmission, the M3 E46 offers a personalized driving experience. The SMG-II, acclaimed for its rapid gear changes, offers precise control.

Special Editions :

1. **M3 CSL (Leichtbau Sport Cup):**
- Limited to 1,383 units, the CSL is lightweight.
- Weight reduced by 110 kg (243 lb), improved aerodynamics and track-oriented interior.

2. **Competition / CS package:**
- Introduced in 2005, merging elements of CSL.
- 19" BBS wheels, optimized suspension and M-track mode for stability control.

3. **GTR Strassenversion (Road Car) :**
- Prototype approved with only 10 units produced.
- 4.0 L V8 engine, significant weight reduction with carbon fiber components.

The Legacy in Competition :

The M3 E46 left its mark on motorsport, triumphing in the GT class of the American Le Mans Series in 2001. Despite the regulatory challenges, it shone at the Nürburgring 24 Hours in 2004 and 2005.

Production and Heritage :

Assembled at BMW's Regensburg plant, a total of 85,766 M3 E46s were produced, marking an era of automotive excellence. The M3 E46 remains a legend, a symbol of performance and sophistication.