The brand new 2013 BMW M6 MotoGP Safety Car has shown its face at the M Festival near the Nurburgring. The Germans from BMW M released four pictures on their Facebook page showing the safety car at the event on the parking lot of the Nurburgring, which is normally used by petrolheads who want to do a Touristenfahrt on the Green Hell.
The four pictures show the complete exterior, which received a new front bumper lip, side mirrors and adjustable rear wing in carbon fiber. Polycarbonate side and rear windows are included as well. At the back, the M6 MotoGP has a special lightweight titanium race exhaust system from Akrapovic providing a combination between weight saving and an improvement in the sound track. Special warning and safety lights are placed on top of the roof and the reflecting racing livery was delivered by 3M.
Inside the cabin, BMW has added a roll cage, two racing Recaro bucket seats, controls for the safety lights and an M steering wheel in Alcantara. The rear seats have been removed.
The final package looks wonderful and it will be a superb replacement to the current 2012 BMW M5 MotoGP Safey Car, which was revealed at the M Festival last year.