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The highly speculated brand new M-powered addition to the BMW family is revealed at the Detroit Auto Show in January 2016. Taking the spotlight for the first time, the BMW M2 Coupe packs cutting-edge TwinPower Turbo performance and intelligent connectivity in the signature light-weight BMW Motorsport design.

February of 2015, at the BMW Dingolfing factory located in Munich, Germany, BMW Motorsports pulled another fully track-equipped game changer out of its garage – the M6 GT3. The initial test-drive session was conducted by the Dutch-born German professional racing driver Jörg Müller who has held a glorious track record and numerous winnings.

On the left hand side of the navigation are eight mini icons. Whether you like to take a route that is local and does not require taking the freeway or want a route with the shortest distance to save gas, BMW’s Professional navigation system can help.  One navigational icon at a time, we will briefly discuss their purpose and how each icon can improve your navigation experience.

The BMW’s Navigation System Professional has been through many rounds of trials over the years. Starting from 2003 with the 3 most recent updates, we have the Professional Navigation CCC (Car Communication Computer), CIC (Car Information Computer), and CIC – HIGH. 

As of March 2013, the M carbon ceramic brake system is available on all new M6 coupe, convertible, and gran coupe. Also known as the BMW C/SiC (carbon fiber reinforced silicon carbide) brake system, the M carbon ceramic brake disc is fabricated from carbon fibers.