2015 BMW X6 (F16) Individual makes it official debut

Article by Christian A., on June 14, 2014

Last week, BMW unveiled the all-new X6 (F16) and the X6 (F16) M50d. but today the German carmaker released the first photos with the 2015 BMW X5 (F16) Individual. As expected, this model is offered with a range of new paint finishes, light-alloy wheels and interior features. According to BMW, the X6 Individual can be ordered with the BMW Individual paint finishes Ruby Black metallic, Azurite Black metallic, Pyrite Brown metallic and Pearl Silver metallic.

BMW says that all the paint finishes can be combined with BMW Individual High-gloss Shadow Line or BMW Individual Exterior Line Aluminum satinated trim. Moreover, the Bavarian carmaker offers 20-inch BMW Individual light-alloy wheels in V-spoke design with mixed-size tyres and BMW Individual high-gloss roof rails.

Inside, we find exquisite materials such as the BMW Individual fine-grain Merino full-leather trim that can be ordered in Smoke White, Nutmeg, Taupe, Criollo Brown and Amaro Brown color variants. In addition, the leather-trimmed BMW Individual instrument panel completes the design of the interior with fuelled leather in Black or Scotch dark over the upper section and fine-grain Merino leather for the lower section.

Furthermore, customers can choose from three BMW Individual interior trim strip variants in order to create the ideal combination. BMW Individual offers the Piano Finish Black, but the X6 can also be ordered with Sen Light Brown and Ash Volcano Brown fine wood trim.

BMW roof liner is available in anthracite or BMW Individual roof liner in Alcantara anthracite. The door sill strips feature the BMW Individual lettering. The carmaker also offers the BMW Individual cool box and the BMW Individual leather steering wheel featuring a fine wood inlay and a decorative trim element that matches the interior trim strips.

The 2015 BMW X5 (F16) Individual can be ordered with the 4.4-liter V8 engine that delivers 450 hp (330 kW) and 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) of torque that can push it from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4/8 seconds. A 3.0-liter diesel engine is available too, delivering 313 hp (230 kW) on the X6 xDrive40d. This engine pushes the X6 from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 5.8 seconds.

The design of the body of the new BMW X6 typifies a harmonious combination between the robustness of a BMW X model and sporting elegance of the brand's coupe models. It is easily identifiable as a BMW, thanks to features like its long bonnet and its long wheelbase as well as its short front overhang and set-back passenger cabin. The new BMW X6 also comes with a number of design elements that distinguish it as being a member of the BMW X model family, like its large wheel arches, high window sill as well as the short distance between the front axle and the instrument panel.

New BMW X6 offers a luxurious interior ambience as typified by its high seating position, high-quality materials and ornately sculpted surfaces. The new sports activity coupe features driver-oriented cockpit with innovative controls and display elements as well as lines flowing from the instrument panel into the door panels -- all helping create a sense of exclusive sportiness. The luxurious interior ambience of the new BMW X6 could be further boosted through individual accents, which are created by intelligent combination of colors and materials, as desired.

Meanwhile, the exterior of new BMW X6 is marked by its dynamic proportions and flowing lines – all conveying its agile handling on the road. It is also marked by a number of muscular and robust elements that exude its versatility and its ability to go off the road.

On the front, the BMW X6 is defined by a dynamically designed BMW kidney grille, the distinct layout of the twin circular headlights, a bumper with X-shaped contour lines, the matt-silver underbody protection and front fog lamps. The large headlight units of the X6 extend inside to the BMW kidney grille and also outwards to the side panels. The new BMW X6 is fitted, as standard, with bi-xenon units with three-dimensional design and sweeping chrome inserts. BMW is offering Adaptive LED Headlights as optional for new X6.

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