Originally Posted by bimmerjph
I hope BMW knows that this car has to have a significant performance advantage over the M5 to justify its price.
Not really. M6 GC owners aren't typically headed to the track after the break in period. This is a car for the well-heeled enthusiast, or those looking for a bit more fashionable sedan.
If you can swing a $125K car, you can buy 911s, Panamera Turbos, etc. all day long, which would dominate an M6 GC.