How many BMW M6 models were made?

I’m doing a school report on my favorite car, and I’m looking for extra details about its history to include. How many BMW M6 models were produced?

Macy Fouse · Answered on Jan 10, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
We’ve got some details for you! If you’re looking for how many BMW M6 models were ever made, the answer falls somewhere around 24,500—but that estimate includes the 1980s versions and the 2000s versions. Here are the production numbers for the various generations and versions of the M6 over the years:
  • 1983–1989 E24 M6 (M635CSi): 5,855 units
  • 2005–2010 BMW E64 M6 convertible: 5,065 units
  • 2005–2018 BMW E63 M6 coupe: 9,087 units
  • 2012–2018 BMW M6 coupe: 4,515 units
Initially debuted in 1983, the M6 served as the performance version of the 6-Series under the BMW M sub-brand. Taking a prolonged break in production from 1989 to 2005, the M6 was officially discontinued in 2018 and was replaced with the chic BMW M8.
If you’re searching for a BMW M6 to call your own, you can find one on the market costing anywhere from $11,000 to $73,000.
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