News: 560-hp twin-turbo BMW M6
Also included is BMW’s Active M Differential, an electronically controlled multi-plate limited slip diff that works in conjunction with the DSC and the new Dynamic Damper Controls that electro-hydraulically tweak damping force on-the-fly depending on the settings and the situation.
Inside the subtly blistered wheel arches are massive 16.1-inch carbon ceramic rotors in front, gripped by six piston blue calipers, and with equally impressive 15.6-inch rotors out back held by a single-piston caliper.
The standard wheels are M-specific 19-inch alloys with 20-inch lightweight hoops available as an option.
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