While the Germans are still pretty infatuated with the F12/F13 versions of the BMW M6, the tuning community is waiting for some tuning kits for it.
In the meantime, we might as well grab a second look at the E63/64 version of the M6 that fell into the hands of Prior Design tuning.
We’re talking a standard set of underpinnings with a look that now properly shows off what those hidden details can do.
There’s a 5.0 liter V10 engine under the bonnet and not only can it rev to 8250 rpm it will also produce 507 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque while its at it.
That’s an impressive setup and even though the BMW M6 is quite the weighty vehicle, it can shift incredibly fast.
Going from 0 to 62 takes just 4.4 seconds and the top speed is electronically limited at 155 mph.
Prior Design didn’t think there’s any need to mess around with that but boy did they update everything about the look of it.
A full wide body kit was made out of Dura-Flex Epoxy Fiber Reinforced Plastic, repainted and teamed with quad exhaust tips and new multi-spoke 21 inch alloy wheels.
According to the tuner even though they’ve focused on the design aspect, the high speed stability and handling have not been affected by these updates.
No idea on just how much this sort of setup would cost and if Prior Design is still making it or not but we do know that their contact page is always open.