Need for Speed: World
Performance-wise, the M6 Convertible is nearly identical to the Coupe with the difference of a lower top speed of 178 mph (286 km/h) and can reach 193 mph (311 km/h) with nitrous.
The Monochrome style is an art director car that costs 4300. It was released on August 17, 2012.
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010)
The M6 Convertible appears in Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010) as a Super Series racer vehicle.
The racer vehicle is unlocked upon the player earning a total of 595,000 racer bounty.
It accelerates slowly and has noticeable understeer; a major issue on long straights or tight corners, but these flaws are made up by amazing durability, insanely powerful nitrous boost, and the highest top speed of all Super Series cars. These traits make it highly useful in pursuits, which can be used to ram police cars with relative ease, and sustain high amounts of damage.
|Earn 595,000 racer bounty||Super Series||200 mph (321 km/h)||$108,150||RWD|
|Not Available||500 bhp @ 7,500 rpm||4.6 seconds||2007|
Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered
Its acceleration isn't too quick and has noticeable understeer; a major issue though multiple tight corners, but these flaws are made up by amazing durability, insanely powerful nitrous boost, and one of the highest top speeds of its tier. It is useful in pursuits, being able to ram police units with relative ease, and sustain high amounts of damage.
Super Series - Racer (Tier 3)
"Unleash the M6 and it Unleashes You"
Earn 595,000 racer bounty.
200 mph (321 km/h)
0 to 62:
500 @ 7,000 rpm
- In Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (2010), the M6 Convertible can be selected with either a Alpine White, Black Sapphire Metallic, Indianapolis Red Metallic, Interlagos Blue, Monaco Blue Metallic Sepang Bronze Metallic, Silverstone or Stratus Gray Metallic body paint colour.
- The BMW M6 Convertible in Need for Speed: World does not use its inner headlights, although the coupé utilises them, along with its outer headlights.
- The licence plate of the Monochrome Convertible is a wordplay of the German word "Rennfahrer", which means race driver in English.