This fall, the BMW X6 will be added to the expanded X3 and X5 line-up. The X6 will have an Exclusive Edition model and more equipment options, new exterior colors, and new sets of light alloy wheels. There will be several additions to the list of options, one of which is the Citrine Black Metallic exterior color. This will also be included in the BMW Individual package. In addition, door sill finishers will have the BMW Individual designation.
Furthermore, BMW Individual extended Merino leather trim is also currently offered in Amaro Brown. As mentioned, the BMW X6 will be offered as an Exclusive Edition model for the very first time this autumn.
It will have a Mineral Silver Metallic finish and when it comes to the interior, the highlights include the BMW Individual headliner in Anthracite, the wood trim in dark Bamboo grain, and black floor mats with edging that’s oyster-colored.
For optimum comfort, the front sport seats are upholstered in Nevada leather Oyster with black contrasting seams and will have heating and electric seat adjustment. Customers may also ask for the new 20-inch light alloy wheels with Y spoke styling for the Exclusive Edition.
A quick look at the BMW X6, particularly at its front end, and it is clear that this one-of-a-kind offering from the company displays a commanding presence. Its air intakes for example are not only large but have been placed farther on the outside.
Thus, in addition to helping cool the engines, this placement makes it interact with the side panels and even goes to the inside just above the headlights. Its air scoops meanwhile help put focus on the wheels. As such, it highlights even further the already powerful stance. Going to the headlights, they manage to merge into the side panels through a dynamic sweeping line. The lid of its engine compartment has on its surface those eye-catching lines that narrow towards the kidney grille in the same manner as the borderlines seen on the sides of the engine compartment.
What makes this Sports Activity Coupe distinct is how the front end appears lower as a result of having a majority of its surfaces being finished in the same color as the body. It also gives the X6 that dynamic look while being able to position itself strongly with respect to the road. This design DNA is to be expected from BMW as it is also displayed in how the hood was designed and even how the kidney grille was positioned vertically.
For the xDrive50i, the fins have a titanium finish while the xDrive35i comes in black. For the first time, the X6 will be fitted with the Dynamic Performance Control as standard. This feature makes sure that the drive forces of the two wheels in the rear have variable distribution. What it does is it uses an advanced computer control, and it has that rear differential which integrates two clutch packs with two planetary gearsets.
It therefore allows the system to increase the torque on each of the rear wheels. This means that the Dynamic Performance Control enables the torque to be channeled to either of its rear wheels and this help with the steer. A truly unique feature, this highly advanced technology is effective regardless of whether the vehicle is undergoing acceleration or deceleration. It also improves the steering precision greatly and this enhances the agility, no matter what the speed is.
This system even helps with boosting the whole vehicle’s stability when taking on fast corners as this often means that the driver releases abruptly the gas pedal or is about to implement some abrupt steering maneuvers. The driver is able to experience the new aspect of driving dynamics safely and even enjoyably. Should the X6 run on uneven, or even, slippery, roads, this systems guarantees traction that is more stable as well as safer.
Standard in this model is the company’s very own intelligent all-wheel-drive technology known as the xDrive. The drive power is controlled electronically and allows variable distribution between the front axle and the rear axle. It makes the necessary adjustment to match the current driving condition.