State-of-the-art safety systems are employed to protect you and your passengers at all times. Cutting-edge features abound, such as BMW's Active Safety system which looks for signs of driver fatigue and will issue appropriate warnings. When the car anticipates an emergency situation, the front passenger seat will move into the upright position, front seatbelts will be pre-tensioned and the car's side windows will close automatically. Helping to ensure maximum visibility are the car's adaptive headlights. The front beams adjust automatically to suit the road ahead, providing optimum illumination while also working to avoid dazzling other drivers​.


Stunning exterior styling puts this convertible in a class of its own. The wide stance, strong contours, flared wheel arches and aerodynamically sculpted front end all point towards the incredible power that this car is capable of unleashing in the blink of an eye. The large intakes draw in air to cool the V8, while more discreet styling touches, such as the gills with integrated indicators, are found throughout the car. Gleaming twin tailpipes sit either side of the car's rear diffuser, which is designed to help generate downforce.


Activate the car's Launch Control and prepare for rapid acceleration as the M6 pounces to reach 60mph from a standing start in less than 4.3 seconds. The M TwinPower turbo charged V8 petrol engine is capable of producing 560bhp. While the double-clutch transmission ensures smooth and lightning-quick changes without any interruptions.


The pulsing V8 nestled at the heart of the M6 Convertible’s engine can generate an eye-watering 560 horsepower alongside 680nm of torque. Some acceleration has been lost in the convertible - the 0-60 time has increased from 4.2 seconds to 4.3 seconds, hardly worth talking about. Both models are currently limited to 155mph, as is often the case in German automobile manufacturers, however as that’s already double the British legal speed limits, it’s plenty fast enough. Additionally, the convertible top can be lowered in just 19 seconds while driving at up to 25mph.