View Full Version : Build Your Own 2012 BMW M6 Convertible NOW live on BMWUSA.com

04-18-2012, 08:13 PM

If you're in the market for, or just want to play with the options, on a 2012 BMW M6 Convertible the 'Build Your Own' configurator is now live on BMWUSA.com! Base price for the 2012 M6 is $113,995 with the $895 destination and handling charge. You're of course not getting your M6, or dreaming of your M6 in base level trim, options pricing includes -

BMW Individual paint (Citrin Black Metallic, Tanzanite Blue Metallic, Ruby Black Metallic) - $1800
Full Merino Leather (Sakhir Orange, Silverstone II, Zandvoort Beige, Black) - $3500
BMW Individual Leather (Opal White, Platinum/Black, Champagne, Canyon Brown, Amaro Brown) - $5000
BMW Individual Trim (Dark Red Sycamore wood, White Ash Grain wood) - $1080
Driver Assistance Package - $1900
Executive Package - $4900
20" M light alloy wheels Style 343M - $1300
Head-up Display - $1300
Front ventilated seats - $500
BMW Apps - $250
Bang & Olufsen Sound System - $3700
Night Vision with Pedestrian Detection - $2600

If you're wondering where the pricing is for the BMW M Carbon Ceramic Brake (http://www.bimmerfest.com/forums/showthread.php?t=600959) they won't be available until 2013 model year production starts in July. We're told pricing will be less then competitors, perhaps in the $4600 range.

Build your own 2012 BMW M6 on BMWUSA.com here (http://www.bmwusa.com/Standard/Content/BYO/ByoHome.aspx?enc=lz8My+jQ631XLAo03mbLDYXfuZBfvz3kf h3fe4rRO/aLhc7flevC+fnw6aTBWsEmQPlpWGkocEvJ96vvAUBc3DHWa51j meGYUcPdGoBUk8yo7LeqzUk1oI9gzcVtN232hLJtm8zPtxYbvD Gvd8JyNZdRsrYfYI/1ctQtDpfHIg8o5ix7y2n03I6s4UQg5XctHBFqf82CG+L1BF19y KRmabbou+2CJmRyaZ5p4/d4WbQ=)


If you've forgotten what's under the hood of the 2012 M6 here is a quick refresher. The M6 is powered by the most powerful engine ever fitted to a BMW M car. The high revving 560 hp TwinPower Turbo V-8 mated is connected to the M-Double Clutch DCT 7 speed transmission. The power is put to the ground through the an Active M Differential which optimizes power transfer between the rear wheels ensuring the engine's performance is transferred to the ground. The M6 has 10% higher more out then the V10 engine of its predecessors the E63 M6 and torque is up by over 30%. With EfficientDynamics in mind fuel consumption and CO2 are reduced by approximately 30%.

The M6 is not a cheap car, what's the most expensive configuration someone can rack up?

04-18-2012, 09:55 PM