E63 + E64 M6
  History
Production Data
Drivetrain
Chassis
Cosmetics
Special Versions
Colors and Upholstery
   
 
Production Versions
EH91: European-spec E63 M6 coupe (LHD), 03/2005 through 07/2010
EH92: European-spec E63 M6 coupe (RHD), 09/2005 through 06/2010
EH93: North American-spec E63 M6 coupe (LHD), 03/2006 through 07/2010
EK91: European-spec E64 M6 convertible (LHD), 09/2006 through 07/2010
EK92: European-spec E64 M6 convertible (RHD), 09/2006 through 06/2010
EK93: North American-spec E64 M6 convertible (LHD), 09/2006 through 07/2010
   
History
What makes the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible unique?
The E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible are high-performance versions of the E63 6 Series coupe and E64 6 Series convertible that were engineered by BMW M GmbH (an independent subsidiary of BMW AG). Both are powered by an M-designed 5.0-liter V10 powerplant and are equipped with many special enhancements to the chassis, as well as unique interior and exterior components.
Where were the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible first introduced?
The E63 M6 coupe was first introduced at the 2005 Geneva International Motor Show, while the E64 M6 convertible was first introduced at the 2006 Paris ""Mondial de L'Automobile".
Where were the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible produced?
Both the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible were built on the standard 6 Series production line at BMW's Dingolfing factory north-east of Munich.
Production Data
How many official versions of the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible were produced?
BMW offered three different versions of both the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible: European-market M6 coupe models in both left-hand drive (EH91) and right-hand drive (EH92), which were sold in all worldwide markets outside of North America, plus a North American-market version (EH93) in left-hand drive only. Likewise, the E64 M6 convertible was offered in both left-hand drive (EK91) and right-hand drive (EK92) European-spec versions, as well as a single left-hand drive version for North America (EK93).
How many examples of the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible were produced?
EH91 (ECE-spec M6 coupe, LHD): 3,880 produced from 03/2005 through 07/2010
EH92 (ECE-spec M6 coupe, RHD): 1,320 produced from 09/2005 through 06/2010
EH93 (NA-spec M6 coupe, LHD): 3,887 produced from 03/2006 through 07/2010
EK91 (ECE-spec M6 convertible, LHD): 1,133 produced from 09/2006 through 07/2010
EK92 (ECE-spec M6 convertible, RHD): 420 produced from 09/2006 through 06/2010
EK93 (NA-spec M6 convertible, LHD): 3,512 produced from 09/2006 through 07/2010
How many examples of the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible were produced with a manual transmission?
BMW M produced a total of 701 examples of the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible with the optional 6-speed manual gearbox, all exclusively for the USA and Canada. This figure includes 323 units of the E63 M6 coupe (three of which were pre-production cars) and 378 units of the E64 M6 convertible (two of which were pre-production cars).
What significant changes were made to the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convetible during their production?
—Traditional ignition key replaced by start/stop button (9/05 production)
—Auxiliary input added to audio system (9/06 production)
—Tire Pressure Monitor (with wheel sensors) replaces Flat Tire Monitor for North America only (9/06 production)
—HD radio offered (9/06 production)
—Enhancements to navigation system (9/06 production)
—Stratus Grey metallic (440) paint introduced (9/06 production)
—Monaco Blue metallic (A35) paint introduced (9/06 production)
—6-speed manual transmission introduced for North America only (3/07 production)
—Soft-close doors introduced as an option (3/07 production)
—Enhanced Premium sound system from BMW Individual with 16 speakers (12 speakers in the M6 convertible) introduced as an option (3/07 production)
—Updated headlight design and taillight design, both now incorporating LED turn signals (9/07 production)
—Detail revisions to trunk lid design (9/07 production)
—Updated iDrive display, programmable memory buttons added to iDrive system, revised iDrive controller (9/07 production)
—Active head restraints added to front seats (9/07 production)
—Storage net added to trunk (9/07 production)
—Sun Reflective Technology for the Merino leather seats, armrests, head rests and shift knob of E64 M6 convertible (9/07 production)
—iPod/USB adapter introduced as an option (9/07 production)
—Heated steering wheel introduced as an option (9/07 production)
—Automatic high beam control (high beam assistant) introduced as an option (9/07 production)
—Silver Grey metallic (A08) paint replaced by Space Grey metallic (A52) paint (9/07 production)
—Complete disablement of the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) for M6s with the manual transmission option (9/07 production)
—Updated iDrive controller with fixed buttons (9/08 production)
—Carbon Black metallic (416) paint introduced (9/08 production)
—iDrive 2.0 with hard drive-based navigation (80 GB) system plus larger screen with enhanced 3-D graphics (3/09 production)
—BMW ConnectedDrive internet capability for some ECE-market models (3/09 production)
—BMW EfficientDynamics brake energy regeneration system introduced on some ECE-market models (3/09 production)
What is the E63 M6 Competition Package?
An optional Competition Package (Option 7MA) was offered on E63 M6 coupes sold in some markets beginning with September, 2008 production. It included the following features:
—Revised springs (12mm lower in front, 10mm lower in the rear)
—Revised EDC shocks
—29mm front anti-roll bar
—19mm rear anti-roll bar
—Revised Dynamic Stability Control software
—Modified M Differential
—Wider (by 0.5 inches front and rear) M Double Spoke "Style 167M" alloy wheels
—R-compound Pirelli PZero Corsa tires (in the same tire sizes as the standard M6 coupe)
—Twin distinct raised "precision lines" in the hood

NOTE: The M6 Competition Package should not be confused with the limited-production M6 Competition Edition, which mated the features of the M6 Competition Package with a number of BMW Individual cosmetic enhancements. See Special Versions below.
Drivetrain
What are the characteristics and specifications of the M6's V10 motor?
The M6's V10 powerplant carries the internal designation S85 and was developed by BMW M specifically for the E60/E61 M5 and E63/E64 M6. It is a "clean sheet" design that shares no components in common with earlier motors from BMW M or BMW AG. The decision to switch to a V10 was obviously influenced by BMW M's V10-powered efforts in Formula 1 racing, though it has also been described by BMW's head of engine development as being the outcome of a BMW M's desire for a 5.0-liter motor where each cylinder displaces 500cc.

The following are some of the technical highlights of the S85 V10 motor:
—Aluminum alloy cylinder head with four valves per cylinder
—Two-piece crankcases with bedplate design, die-cast from aluminum-silicon alloy
—Five-bearing forged crankshaft
—Cast aluminum crankshaft weighing approximately 480 grams
—Chain drive for inlet cams, gearwheel drive for exhaust cams
—Individual throttle assemblies for each cylinder actuated by one throttle motor for each cylinder bank
—Lightweight valves and hollow camshafts
—A bore of 92mm and a stroke of 75.2mm (for an overall displacement of 4,999cc)
—12.0:1 compression ratio
—High-Pressure double VANOS variable valve timing system with its own oil pump
—Semi-dry-sump lubrication system with a main pump, recirculating pump and two scavenging pumps (one for each cylinder bank)
—MSS65 engine management system powered by three 32-bit microprocessors capable of 200 million operations per second

The S85 V10 is rated at 507 hp (DIN) / 500 hp (SAE) @ 7,750 rpm and 383 lb-ft of torque @ 6,100 rpm. It has a maximum engine speed of 8,250 rpm.
What transmissions were offered on the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible?
The majority of E63 M6 coupes and E64 M6 convertibles were equipped with a third-generation Sequential M Gearbox (SMG III) with a single clutch, 11 DRIVELOGIC shift programs (5 in automatic mode, 6 in manual mode) and launch control. Unlike earlier SMG systems used in the E36 M3 (SMG I) and E46 M3 (SMG II), the 7-speed SMG III was developed from scratch to work in concert with the S85 motor and was not adapted from an existing manual gearbox. It is capable of shift times that are 20 percent faster than those of the earlier SMG II transmission. Gear ratios for the SMG III are as follows: 3.99 (1), 2.65 (2), 1.81 (3), 1.39 (4), 1.16 (5), 1.00 (6), 0.83 (7). The final drive ratio is 3.62:1.

Due to market pressure from North American customers, BMW introduced a manual transmission option for E63 M6 coupes and E64 M6 convertibles sold in the United States and Canada beginning with March, 2007 production. The ZF Type G 6-speed manual gearbox was shared with the 650i and carried over to the M6 coupe and convertible with the same internal ratios: 4.05 (1), 2.40 (2), 1.58 (3), 1.19 (4), 1.00 (5), 0.87 (6). However, it retained the significantly shorter 3.62:1 final drive from the SMG-equipped M6.
What kind of stability control system is fitted to the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible?
The E63 M6 coupe are E64 M6 convertible are both equipped with an advanced Dynamic Stability Control system jointly developed by Teves and BMW. In addition to being able to reduce engine power and/or apply braking force to any single wheel, this iteration of DSC also incorporates the following upgrades over a similar system used in the earlier E39 M5: Brake Standby (which prepares for hard braking by pressuring the pad up against the rotor when the driver abruptly reduces throttle), Brake Drying (which pressures the pad up against the rotor when the rain sensor detects moisture in order to keep the brake pads dry), and Start-Off Assistant (which holds the brakes for one second after the driver's foot is removed from the brake pedal in uphill conditions). DSC can be completely disabled* or switched into M Dynamic Mode (MDM), which raises the threshold at which the system will engage. The DSC system is designed to work in concert with the standard M Variable Differential Lock.

*NOTE: DSC could not be completely disabled on M6s equipped with the manual gearbox that were produced before September of 2007. However, customers of these early manual-transmission M6s could later request a free software update that enabled the option of complete DSC deactivation.
What function does the "Power" button have?
Every E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible is equipped with a "Power" button located on the center console. This button is used to activate one of three modes. P400 mode limits the engine power to 400 hp and selects the standard throttle response algorithm. This is the default mode that is activated every time the engine is started. P500 mode unleashes the full performance capability of the engine and also quickens the throttle response. P500 Sport mode has no further effect on engine performance but it adds even more lively throttle response. P500 Sport mode is only accessible via the programmable MDrive button on the steering wheel.
What is the M Variable Differential Lock and how does it work?
The Variable M Differential Lock, fitted as standard equipment to every E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible, is an advanced version of the traditional limited slip differential that was jointly developed by BMW M and GKN Viscodrive. Though still entirely mechanical in operation, the M Variable Differential Lock is activated when there is a difference in rotational speed between the two rear wheels. This difference pressurizes a viscous silicon fluid, which then operates a multi-disc clutch that directs more power to the wheel with the greatest traction.
What is MDrive and how does it work?
The E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible were among the first BMW M products to feature MDrive as standard equipment. MDrive allows the driver to customize his or her preferences in the following areas: SMG Drivelogic (11 modes), engine power (two modes), throttle response (three modes), EDC suspension damping (three modes), Servotronic steering response (two modes) and DSC activation (three modes). Further customization is possible on M6s equipped with the optional head-up display. These preferences can then be set via the iDrive to activate at the single press of an "M" button located on the steering wheel.
Chassis
How does the suspension of the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible differ from that of the standard 6 Series?
The E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible utilize the same basic all-aluminum MacPherson strut/multi-link suspension design as other 6 Series models. However, the suspension has been substantially modified by BMW M GmbH with the following changes:
—Modified front subframe and thrust plate
—Wider front track (by 0.4-inches)
—Narrower rear track (by 0.4 inches)
—Revised suspension geometry front and rear
—Stiffer bushings front and rear
—Hollow halfshafts
—Modified rear subframe
—Specific spring rates
—Electronic Damping Control (EDC), which provides constant variation of the shock stiffness depending on road conditions and also allows the driver to choose from three shock programs: Comfort, Normal and Sport.
—28mm front anti-roll bar, 18mm rear anti-roll bar
What type of braking system is used by the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible?
The E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible are equipped with four-wheel vented and cross-drilled disc brakes that measure 14.7-inches in the front and 14.6-inches in the rear. The two-piece rotors are comprised of an aluminum inner hat and a cast iron outer portion that are connected with steel pins. In addition, the front calipers have dual pistons.
What type of steering system is used in the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible?
The E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible are equipped with a rack-and-pinion steering system with a ratio that varies depending on the amount of lock applied. The mean ratio for the system is 12.4:1.

In addition, the steering is equipped with Servotronic variable power assistance that constantly varies the amount of assist based on vehicle speed. Two different parameters for the overall level of assist are offered, and these are linked to the three Electronic Damping Control (EDC) modes: Greater steering assistance is given when the EDC is set to Comfort mode and less steering assistance is provided in both EDC Normal and EDC Sport.
What are the factory wheel and tire sizes for the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible?
Both the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible are equipped as standard equipment with a forged and polished M Double Spoke alloy wheel in a unique design (known as "Style 167M"). These measure 8.5 x 19-inches in front (with 255/40ZR19 tires) and 9.5 x 19-nches in the rear (with 285/35ZR19 tires).

In some markets outside of North America, the E63 M6 coupe was also offered (as a no-cost option) with the cast "Style 166M" alloy wheel in a Radial Spoke design. These also measure 8.5 x 19-inches in front and 9.5 x 19-inches in the rear.

Finally, E63 M6 coupes equipped with the optional Competition Package utilize a wider version of the forged Style 167M alloy wheels that measure 9x18-inches up front and 10x18-inches in the rear. These carry R-compound Pirelli PZero Corsa tires (in the same tire sizes as other M6s).
Cosmetics
How do the exteriors of the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible differ from those of a standard 5 Series?
Both the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible were given fairly extensive styling revisions by BMW M GmbH. These include a totally unique front fascia design that contains large air intakes in place of fog lights, sculpted side rocker panels and M-designed side mirrors (with a black lower portion), as well as a much more aggressive rear bumper design that incorporates a central diffuser and flaps that wrap around each pair of dual exhaust tips. This unique rear bumper is supported by carbon fiber supports that reduce weight. The M6 coupe is further equipped with one final (and significant) weight-saving feature: a carbon fiber roof panel that saves nearly 10 pounds over the steel version used on other E63 models. Finally, there are three "M6" badges on the exterior: one on the trunk lid and one integrated into the chrome trim line on each fender panel.
How do the interiors of the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible differ from those of a standard 6 Series?
The interior of both the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible share their overall design and construction with those of other 6 Series models. However, they do contains the following unique features:
—A 3-spoke M steering wheel measuring 381mm (15.0 inches) in diameter that contains tri-color M stitching on the rim, an "M" button on the right-hand spoke (to select the programmable MDrive mode), and prominent shift paddles (on SMG-equipped cars only)
M sport seats in exclusive Merino leather with power-adjutable side bolsters and the "M" logo on both front headrests
Special M instrumentation with aluminum bezels, white lighting, red gauge needles, unique instrument graphics (including a graduated 330 kph/200 mph speedometer) and an oil temperature gauge under the tachometer
—Optional M head-up display that projects vehicle speed, engine speed and gear selection (SMG-equipped cars only) on to a 6 x 3-inch field ahead of the driver
—An illuminated central shift console (on SMG-equipped cars only) with extra buttons around the shift lever to control the Power mode, DSC mode, EDC mode and the various DRIVELOGIC shift algorithms
Illuminated M door sill plates bearing the "M6" logo
—M Design driver's footrest
—Anthracite headliner in cloth or Alcantara (M6 coupe only)
—Three types of M6-specific interior trims (Carbon Fiber, Madeira Walnut wood or natural Olive Ash wood)
What types of leather interior trim were offered in the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible?
BMW M offered two types of Merino leather upholstery in the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible: extended and complete. Extended Merino leather included leather only on the seats, central door panels (including armrests) and center armrest. It was available in three colors: Black, Silverstone II and Light Sepang Bronze. A complete Merino leather interior was offered as an extra-cost option and, in addition to the leather interior items included with the standard extended leather, added hide to the following areas: upper dashboard (including instrument panel cover), lower dashboard (including glovebox door), upper door panels, lower door panels and center console. Comlpete Merino leather was offered in a choice of five colors: Black, Silverstone II, Light Sepang Bronze, Indianapolis Red and Portland Brown.
Special Versions
Were there any official special editions of the E63 M6 coupe and E64 M6 convertible?
BMW M GmbH produced one global special edition of the E63 M6 coupe, which was known as the M6 Competition Edition. The Competition Edition was offered in most markets outside of North America as a limited edition of 100 examples (though only 62 were ultimately produced). In addition, Canada received 10 examples of its own individually-numbered M6 coupe Competition Edition, though this model differed cosmetically from the version sold in other markets.

BMW Individual also produced two editions of the M6 with Ruby Black metallic paint and a Gold Brown complete Merino leather interior: The first was an edition of 50 E64 M6 convertibles offered exclusively through a collaboration between BMW of North America and the Neiman Marcus department store during late 2006. Then, in early 2008, an edition of 25 additional examples was produced as both a coupe and a convertible specifically for BMW Russia.
What distinguishes both the BMW Individual Neiman Marcus limited edition M6 and BMW Individual Russia Edition M6?
In partnership with the legendary department store, BMW of North America offered a limited series of 50 identical Neiman Marcus edition E64 M6 convertibles with BMW Individual paint and upholstery. Each was painted BMW Individual Ruby Black metallic and equipped with a BMW Individual Gold Brown complete Merino leather interior with BMW Individual Piano Black interior trim. In addition, each example was equipped with Comfort Access, head-up display, HD radio and satellite radio. A final special feature of this edition was the unique hood with two distinct raised "precision lines" (later fitted to the E63 M6 coupe Competition Package and Competition Edition models). Though the edition appeared for sale in the 2006 Neiman Marcus Christmas Book, the entire production run was sold out just 92 seconds after the ordering line opened in October of 2006. Production of all 50 examples occurred during January and February of 2007. The MSRP of $139,000 included a complimentary trip to the BMW headquarters in Munich where the cars were delivered to customers.

This exact same package of BMW Individual paint and interior selections, as well as the special hood with "precision lines", was later introduced as a special edition of 25 cars exclusively for the Russian market. Each of these 21 M6 coupes and four M6 convertibles was produced between late February and early April of 2008.
What distinguishes the E63 M6 coupe Competition Edition?
Introduced at the 2009 Frankfurt Motor Show, the E63 M6 Competition Edition paired the mechanical upgrades of the optional Competition Package (modified suspension, wider wheels with R-compound tires, recalibrated Dynamic Stability Control and M differential) with BMW Individual Frozen Grey paint and a choice of two BMW Individual interior treatments: Black complete Merino leather with Light Grey contrast stitching or Bi-Color Black + Silverstone complete Merino leather with Light Grey contrast stitching. In addition, each car was equipped with special Anthracite floor mats featuring Silverstone trim, door sill plates bearing the inscription "M6 Competition" and a numbered plaque just above the rear-view mirror. Like all M6 coupes equipped with the Competition Package, the hood of the Competition Edition featured a pair of raised "precision lines".

Though BMW M announced that the Competition Edition would be limited to 100 indivdually-numbered units, in fact just 63 M6 Competition Edition coupes were produced between July of 2009 and July of 2010: 54 left-hand drive, ECE-spec examples (EH91), 8 right-hand drive, ECE-spec examples (EH92) and a single Canadian-spec example (EH93).

NOTE: BMW Canada also offered its own individually-numbered M6 coupe Competition Edition, though this model differed cosmetically from the version described here (see item below).
What distinguishes the Canadian-market E63 M6 coupe Competition Edition?
Though the E63 M6 coupe Competition Edition was not available in the United States, BMW Canada did offer its own Competition Edition model, which was limited to just 10 individually-numbered units. Unlike the Competition Edition sold in other markets, the Canadian version did not include BMW Individual Frozen Grey metallic paint or unique interior trim. Instead, it featured only the regular Competition Package equipment (modified suspension, wider wheels with R-compound tires, recalibrated Dynamic Stability Control and M differential, twin "precision lines" in the hood), plus a "Competition Edition" badge on the trunk lid, door sill plates inscribed with "M6 Competition" and an individually-numbered plaque on the headliner. All of the standard M6 exterior paints were offered on the Competition Edition, as well as any of the M6's complete Merino leather interior colors. However, buyers could also upgrade to BMW Individual paints at extra cost. Finally, each Competition Edition included a special key box made out of black wood and carbon fiber. NOTE: One additional Canadian-spec E63 M6 coupe was produced with the complete European-market Competition Edition package, including the BMW Individual Frozen Grey metallic paint and Bi-Color Black + Silverstone Merino leather interior. This car was numbered in accordance with the ECE-spec Competition Edition series and not the Canadian-market series.
Color and Upholstery Selections


The following chart lists all regularly available colors for the M6 coupe and M6 convertible. (NOTE: BMW Individual paints not offered in some markets. Also, Carbon Black metallic offered only via the BWM Individual program prior to 05/2008.)

PAINT NAME CODE GROUPPRODUCTION PERIOD
Alpine White III 300 BMW AG03/2005 through 07/2010
Silver Grey metallic A08 BMW AG03/2005 through 08/2007
Space Grey metallic A52 BMW AG09/2007 through 07/2010
Stratus Grey metallic 440 BMW AG09/2006 through 07/2010
Silverstone II metallic A29 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Interlagos Blue metallic A30 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Indianapolis Red metallic A31 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Sepang Bronze metallic A32 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Monaco Blue metallic A35 BMW AG09/2006 through 07/2010
Black Sapphire metallic 475 BMW AG03/2005 through 07/2010
Carbon Black metallic 416 BMW M05/2008 through 07/2010
Dark Malachite Green metallic S10 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 08/2007
Blue Onyx metallic S11 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 08/2008
Diamond metallic A10 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 08/2007
Ruby Black metallic S23 / X03 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 07/2010
Azurite Black metallic S34 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2005 through 07/2010
Moonstone metallic S37 / X04 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2006 through 07/2010
Diopside Black metallic S44 BMW INDIVIDUAL03/2007 through 07/2010
Brilliant White metallic U21 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2007 through 07/2010


The following chart lists regularly available upholsteries for the M6 coupe & M6 convertible. (NOTE: BMW Individual upholsteries not offered in some markets. Also, all BMW Individual upholsteries offered in both extended & complete coverages.)

UPHOLSTERY NAME CODE GROUPPRODUCTION PERIOD
Black extended Merino leather LKSW BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Black complete Merino leather X3SW BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Light Sepang Bronze extended Merino leather LKA8 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Light Sepang Bronze complete Merino leather X3A8 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Silverstone II extended Merino leather LKA9 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Silverstone II complete Merino leather X3A9 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Indianapolis Red complete Merino leather X3A7 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Portland Brown complete Merino leather X3B1 BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Platinum Merino leather 8020297 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 07/2010
Caramel Merino leather 8022290 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 03/2007
Gold Brown Merino leather 8023284 BMW INDIVIDUAL09/2005 through 07/2010
Champagne Merino leather 8025169 BMW INDIVIUDAL05/2005 through 07/2010
Polar Grey Merino leather 8025170 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 07/2010
Syrah Blue Merino leather 8029969 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 07/2010
Rust Brown Merino leather 8029970 BMW INDIVIDUAL03/2007 through 07/2010
Mugello Red Merino leather 8030708 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 07/2010
Cohiba Brown Merino leather 7962849 BMW INDIVIDUAL03/2008 through 07/2010


The following chart lists all regularly available interior trims for the M6 coupe & M6 convertible. (NOTE: BMW Individual interior trims not offered in some markets.)

INTERIOR TRIM TYPE TRIM CODE GROUPPRODUCTION PERIOD
Carbon Fiber 4MC BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Chestnut Brown Madeira Walnut 4ME BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Natural Olive Ash 4MK BMW M03/2005 through 07/2010
Piano Black 4ML BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 07/2010
Amarone Walnut XE1 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 07/2010
Red Brown Olive Ash XE4 BMW INDIVIDUAL05/2005 through 07/2010


top