BMW M6 GT3 Racer Future Edition Will Cost €379,000, Compensates with Cheaper Maintenance

The company, known for their fast and luxurious cars is going to make the customers go awe with surprise, one more time. The new BMW M6 GT3 Racer edition is coming, which will cost much higher than its earlier edition, but compensates the investment with low maintenance.

The car was officially spotted at the SPA-Francorchamps race, but it was camouflaged for obvious reasons. The manufacturers are still not ready to showcase it to the general public and wanted to tease the buyers as much as possible. After all, the more enticing it is, the more pre-orders they will get. Besides, BMW is known for their marketing strategies and they use plenty of teaser events before officially launching their flagship cars in a grand event.

BMW M6 GT3 Future Edition

After making people wait for months, the company has decided to divulge all the official details you need. The most important of them all is that the launch is nearing and the booking of pre-orders for the BMW M6 GT3 Racer begins on September 15.

It’s the day on which the Frankfurt Motor Show is about to commence and is one of the prestigious events which BMW opines is a good platform to launch their luxury car. The pricing of the vehicle is much higher than the expected range. If you are planning to buy one, prepare to spend a massive €379,000. The pricing is official for the European market, while those living in the United States and other parts of the world may have to wait to know the actual cost, including freight and local taxes.

The vehicle will be powered by a 4.4-liter V8 engine which will deliver 585 horsepower. However, the HP rendered by the engine will vary based on the class you choose. Almost every M6 class vehicle is being equipped with the same engine, but they are being slightly altered so as to match the price range.

BMW M6 GT3

In their official statement, BMW said that the company is working on a tight schedule to complete the production of the vehicle so that it is ready to be delivered in the first half of 2016. The fine tuning phase of the cars is going on at the moment.

“It’s going to be an exceptionally special and memorable moment for our entire team when we officially showcase the M6 GT3 Racer at the Frankfurt expo,” said Jens Marquardt, director of BMW Motorsport.

The maintenance costs of the new M6 model is expected to be at least 30 percent cheaper, the company confirmed.