Private Preview 2005: Mighty Flight Sixer

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    If it is built as expected, the BMW M6 will be one of the fastest coupes on the market, powered by a 500 hp, 5-liter V-10 engine that will give the two-door racer a much-needed boost over the base-model 325 hp 645Ci. Drivers will be able to choose between a standard 6-speed transmission and a paddle-shifting system. A price has yet to be announced for the M6, which will be delivered in the fall of 2005, but expect it to cost significantly more than the $70,000 645Ci.

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