|Pricing||$52,500 - $63,000|
|Engines||3.0l I6, 4.4l V8|
|Fuel Economy||13-15 (city), 18-20 (highway)|
In theory, the all-new X6 is a variant of the X5. Unlike the X5 and most other SUVs, the X6 features a roofline that tails off sharply towards the rear of the vehicle. Two rows of seats accommodate only four passengers. A hatchback provides access to the cargo space in back, but stowage room is at a premium with the rear seat in use. The X6 offers two models each with a different engine. The X6 xDrive35i includes a 300-bhp 3.0L inline-six cylinder and a 4.4L V8 rated at 400-bhp powers the X6 xDrive50i. All-wheel-drive is standard in both models. The X6 features a unique system for vectoring torque to either rear wheel to increase traction and stability under a variety of handling conditions. Like other BMWs, the X6 includes a long list of electronic driving aids. Pricing will be announced close to the vehicle's launch in the second quarter of 2008.
The X6 is an new take on the SUV by BMW. The X6 features a roofline that sharply tapers in the rear and two rows of seats accommodate only four passengers. The X6 xDrive35i model includes a 300-bhp 3.0L inline-six cylinder and a 4.4L V8 rated at 400-bhp powers the X6 xDrive50i. All-wheel-drive is standard. The X6 features one of the first implementations of torque vectoring.
|X6 xDrive35i||3.0l I6 (300-bhp)||A6||AWD||15/20/17||$52,500|
|X6 xDrive50i||4.4l V8 (400-bhp)||A6||AWD||13/18/15||$63,000|