German wrapping expert Folsta has just finished working on a first-generation BMW M6 Convertible, the E63 series. The car features a pretty unique black and yellow wrap, so to put that in perspective, they also had the car tuned and upgraded its chassis and suspension as well.
The main feature of Folsta’s M6 is the yellow wrap that gives the car a very bright, and somewhat overwhelming, shine. The yellow base is adorned with carbon fiber-look hood and front spoiler, and accentuated by the black canvas roof.
What’s more, the lights are smoked front and rear, and the tailpipes are blacked-out as well. The tuner has also fitted the car with a set of 22-inch aftermarket wheels. The effect of wheels on the styling is further enhanced thanks to some serious lowering brought on by a set of H&R Springs.
As for the power, the standard car is pretty mighty as it is, what with a 507 horsepower V10 engine. Nevertheless, they had the guys from PP-Performance to chip the ECU and fit the engine with Eisenmann sport exhaust system. These changes are good for an extra 30 hp (total 537 hp), and a 0 to 100 km/h time of 4.3 seconds.