The Alpine White F13 BMW M6 is one big pack of aero parts, harmoniously placed with killer precision enhancing every aspect of the vehicle seen or unseen. Vorsteiner parts are basically the main reason for the outstanding performance of this particular BMW.
The M Performance DCT shifting knob makes an appearance on this model as well as the almost inevitable carbon fiber mirror caps completed by the one and only kidney grills. Everything is wrapped up with a nice set of front reflectors and side markers, both installed by IND. The car seems to embrace every modification integrating them in the overall car design constructing and perfecting what BMW has already given quite the finishing edge.
The M6 Gran Coupe has been upgraded with a considerable number of carbon fiber parts including a rear diffuser, side skirts, spoiler and front and rear lips culminating with an incredibly light but capable set of rims from Vorsteiner, dubbed the VSE-003.
The Bimmerfest 2013 was the showcase event where the Alpine White BMW M6 made its debut. Thanks to this event both the interior and exterior are equally explorable and as such give a finer if not perfect perspective upon the car’s overall cohesiveness in terms of materials used and upgrades to original parts ratio.
In the end BMW seems to have done quite well in this partnership with Vorsteiner completeing each and every flaw, if we may call them that, giving birth to something beyond unimaginable.