BMW’s M division has given the eagerly anticipated second-generation M6 coupe and convertible significantly enhanced straight-line performance, thanks to the adoption of the 560-hp, twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine and a seven-speed, dual-clutch gearbox from the latest M5—a car with which the M6s share much of their mechanical packages.
Set to make their world debuts at the Geneva motor show in March, followed by North American reveals at the New York auto show in April, the M6s are described by BMW as its fastest-ever two-door road cars, achieving a maximum speed limited to 155 mph both in fixed roof and open-top body styles. An optional M Driver’s package takes top speed to 189.5 mph.
At its heart, the M6 Coupe and Cabriolet are all about the engine, and as expected both models use the… Read More…
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1. At the end of the war, the company changed its name to Ferrari and designed the 125 Sport, a 12-cylinder, 1500 cc car which Franco Cortese drove on the Piacenza circuit on May 11, 1947. The car had to retire, but it was ahead in the last lap, in what was a good debut. Two weeks later, in fact, Cortese and the 125 Sport won the Rome Grand Prix.
2. The mid-engined Dino 246GT was unique in that no where on the car did the word ‘Ferrari’ appear.
3. Phil Hill’s Dino 246 won the 1960 Italian GP – the last major victory for a front engined GP car.
4. Best selling Ferrari of all is the 1986-89 328 GTS (6,068 made).
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