The premier two-wheeled racing series in the world uses BMWs as its safety cars, but while the Bavarian automaker doesn’t make any actual supercars, per se, some of its vehicles do offer supercar levels of performance. The latest in a long line of spindle-badged MotoGP safety cars is the M6. BMW
pressed the coupe version into service for last year’s championship, and replaced it with the four-door Gran Coupe for this season. Both pack the same 552-horsepower twin-turbo V8 and all the necessary upgrades, including strobe lights, new spoilers and BMW’s trademark teal, blue and red stripe livery.