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What is the fastest BMW?

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According to Sportscar Standings, the fastest BMW is the 2006 BMW M6. The car can accelerate from zero to 60 mph within 4.1 seconds. The title of fastest car is generally based on its 0 to 60 acceleration time.

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The BMW M6 has a 500-horsepower engine, and the 3,700-pound car cost more than $106,000. Its agile acceleration keeps it ahead of the 2006 BMW M5 by only hundredths of a second. Sportscar Standings utilized number estimates from top automobile resources like Motor Trend, Car and Driver and Road & Track, among others, to compile its list of the fastest BMWs.

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