Sunday, October 19, 2014

BMW sharpens the 2015 X6

By on 7:59 PM

An arguably more stylish, marginally bigger, better performing and significantly more efficient second-generation BMW X6 will go on sale later this year following its planned public premier at the Moscow auto show in August.

The coupe-like SUV that pioneered a new and lucrative market niche when it was launched back in 2008 has been comprehensively re-engineered for 2014. A move aimed at seeing the new X6 retain its competitive edge against a bevy of new rivals, including the latest Range Rover Sport and an upcoming production version of the Mercedes-Benz Concept Coupe SUV set for launch next year.

While it comes with increased standard equipment levels, including bi-xenon headlights, 19-inch alloys, automatic tailgate operation and an eight-speed automatic gearbox with steering wheel shift paddles, prices are not expected to increase much on the outgoing first generation X6, which starts at $60,800 for the entry level model, the xDrive35i.

Despite a slow start in the midst of a global financial downturn, the X6 has proven highly successful. BMW claims global sales of over 250,000 – or an annual average of over 40,000 throughout its six-year production cycle, leaving the new model, known under the internal codename F16, with a tough act to follow.

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