This month’s Frankfurt Motor Show will see BMW launching a special edition version of the M6 coupe called Competition that will be produced in a limited run of just 100 units. While the M6’s 507 horsepower V10 engine remains intact, the engineers over at BMW’s M division tweaked the Competition model’s suspension with new springs, dampers and stabilisers as well as lowering the coupe’s ride height by 12mm at the front and 10 mm at the rear.
The modified chassis control systems plus the new wheel and tire combination complete the performance upgrades.
Visually, the M6 Competition stands out thanks to the Frozen Grey matt exterior paint job while inside, customers can choose between two unique color schemes for the Merino full leather interior – either black with grey stitching or a two-tone Silverstone / Black combo with contrasting light gray and black stitching.
The Competition also gets specific floor mats and scuff plates with the “M6 Competition” logo along with a special numbered plaque.