BMW Presents X6 M - Snow Drifting

BMW has brought the performance character of its famous BMW M division to bear on the segment of X models for the very first time. The worlds leading premium manufacturer has this week released details of its upcoming BMW X6 M and BMW X5 M models. Get the complete story at TheAutoChannel.com.

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BMW Presents X6 M
The BMW X6 M, for the first time, carries over the high-performance character of the cars from BMW M GmbH into the segment of BMW X models. The BMW X6 M comes with a new V8 high-performance power unit. Displacing 4,395 cubic centimetres, the engine delivers maximum output of 408 kW/555 hp from 5,7506,000 rpm. Get the entire story and videos at TheAutoChannel.com.




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