Lot 277 - 2005 BMW M6 Coupé (5.0 litre, V10)
|Odometer reading||101,500 miles|
|Estimate||£9,000 - £12,000|
|Result||Sold - £9,856|
The first generation M6 was critically acclaimed throughout its lifespan for its elegant, aggressive 'shark-nose' styling, luxury equipment and performance. A top speed of 158mph made the European M635CSi the second fastest BMW ever built, next to the M1. The new BMW M6 Concept made its debut at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show. It shared the same 5.0 litre, V10 engine and SMG III gearbox as the E60 M5 and produced 500bhp. BMW claimed it accelerated from 0-62 mph in 4.4 seconds. In February 2006, Road and Track measured the 0-60mph time as 4.1 seconds. The top speed was limited to 155mph however it was reported that the de-limited top speed was 205mph with the optional M-driver's package.
This nice example is presented in black with black leather interior and comes with many factory options which made this German beast so popular. It has heated electric seats with memory function, satellite navigation, BMW sound system with DVD, TV function, voice activated command system, electric steering wheel adjust, climate control, park assist, folding mirrors, a telephone kit and the all-important power button - which increase power by 100bhp and enables a lightening fast gear change This vehicle comes with a full service history ( 12 Service Stamps - 10 Main dealer - 2 BMW specialist ) with the last major service having been carried out on 31st October 2019 at 100,000 miles and a new MoT test certificate which expires in February 2021. These are fantastic sports cars which have a huge amount of power, so enjoy!
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