By Drew Johnson
Friday, Apr 6th, 2012 @ 2:25 pm
 
Fresh off of its New York auto show debut, BMW has announced pricing for its all-new M6 Convertible. The 2013 BMW M6 Convertible is slated to arrive in showrooms in June -- just in time for top-down weather.

The new M6 Convertible will arrive with a starting price of $113,995, which includes an $895 destination charge. In comparison, the 400 horsepower 650i Convertible lists from $91,395.

However, you do get plenty of extras for that price premium, including a 560 horsepower version of BMW's 4.4L TwinPower V8 and an Active M Differential to transfer all that power to the pavement. BMW says the M6 Convertible can accelerate from 0-60 in a blistering 4.2 seconds.

But despite all that performance potential, the 2013 M6 Convertible is actually more eco-friendly than the less powerful model it replaces. Compared to the outgoing V10-powered M6 Convertible, the new V8 model sips 30 percent less fuel and reduces C02 emissions by the same amount.