It’s here! The new BMW X6 M Competition
Meet the latest edition of BMW’s coupe SUV: BMW X6 M, and its ready to eat up any type of road with a bigger, more aggressive look and a lot more power.
With a 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 engine producing 592bhp or 616bhp in regular or Competition. The launch sprint to 62mph in the X6 M Competition is just over 3.8 seconds with a top speed of 155mph but you can raise the level with M Drivers pack that gets to 180mph.
Like the X5 M you have the maximum attack body kit, burly sports exhaust and an M all-wheel drive system which, has a sports mode to push for more power. This is all controlled by and eight-speed automatic. Some of the features on the Competition models are bespoke leather upholstery, adjustable drive mode settings also red paddle shifts that were first seen in the M5.
BMW X6 Vantablack
BMW has created the worlds darkest form of Black paint which can be seen on the new BMW X6 and it is in absolute stealth mode. BMW have done the paint job so well that the actual car looks like a model in a game that you have not unlocked yet.
Vantablack, is made of tiny carbon nanotubes that’s absorb light and not reflect it. This has a one percent total hemispherical reflectance, it so black that it looks two-dimensional in real life. The BMW X6 Vantablack has had huge attention drawn to the new out of the world paint.
Trims on the new BMW X6
The new BMW X6 comes in three trims that will be available in the UK: Sport, M Sport and M Performance, all that have different levels of kit. The Sport will have two-axle air springs, M Sport that gives more of the aggressive body kit and more from the exhaust system, also a high-gloss black trinket inside and to make the sporty look complete. As standard the Sport get 19-inch alloys wheels and the M Sport with 21-inch alloys. The M Performance X6 is at the top of the range, which, includes M suspension, M Sport diff also premium sound system.
The BMW X6, has four type of engines: two petrol and two diesel. The top being in the X6 M50i which comes with 523bhp V8-powerd petrol and the diesel has a six-cylinder with four turbochargers that gives it a respected 395bhp, one of the most powerful diesel engines on offer.
The X6 will start at £59,340 for the xDrive 30d and rise to £60,320 for the entry-level xDrive 40i petrol. The M50d starts comes in at £74,335 while the range topping M50i starting at £76,870.
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