BMW officially unveiled the new M6 Gran Coupe MotoGP Safety Car, a model which made its debut last weekend at the Grand Prix of Qatar. The new safety car from BMW will be seen this season at all MotoGP races with the final competition taking place in November.
In terms of styling, the German model benefits from a white finish with red and blue graphics, larger alloy wheels with a black finish, new flahing lights, a quad-pipe Akrapovic exhaust and new side mirrors.
Under the hood sits a 4.4-liter V8 engine producing 560 horsepower and 680Nm of torque.
“BMW has been involved in MotoGP since 1999 and provides the official Safety Cars,” says the company.
This means that the BMW M6 Gran Coupe sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in 4,2 seconds with a top speed of 250 km/h. These figures are acheived also thanks to a new seven-speed M Dual Clutch gearbox.