2007 BMW M6 Convertible

At a Glance

Pricing $104,400
Drive Types RWD
Engines 5.0l V10
Transmissions SM7
Fuel Economy 12 (city), 19 (highway)

There is nothing mild about the M6. With a 500-bhp 5.0L V-10 and a 7-speed SMG (Sequential Manual Gearbox), the M6 rips from 0-60 mph in 4.5 seconds on its way to a electronically limited 155-mph top speed. To keep all the power under control, BMW offers three different engine performance settings: P400, P500, and P500 Sport. The SMG has 11 transmission calibrations to handle any driving conditions. The DSC (Dynamic Stability Control) system is tuned to allow more aggressive driving before it intervenes. Exterior upgrades include a unique air dam, rear diffuser, and quad rear tailpipes. With its intimidating combination of power and style, the M6 is without peer. Pricing starts about $110,000 when you add destination charges and a gas-guzzler tax.

What Changed:

The new M6 convertible is the first open top M6 ever. Based on the 650i convertible, it shares the 500-bhp V-10 and 7-speed SMG transmission with the blistering M6 Coupe. For normal driving a P400 mode restricts power to 400-bhp. A 3-layer insulated power top can be raised or lowered at speeds up to 20 mph.

Model/Trim/Package Engine Original MSRP
M6 Convertible 5.0l V10 (500-bhp) SM7 RWD $104,400