The newest member of the BMW X model line, the X6, debuted at the 2008 North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, MI. The BMW X6 comes standard with xDrive all-wheel-drive technology with electronic control for variable distribution of drive power between the front and rear axles consistently adjusted to driving conditions at all times and in all situations. The X6 also has Dynamic Performance Control that ensures variable distribution of drive forces between the two rear wheels as a standard.
BMW’s new V8 with Twin Turbo Technology and direct injection is also making its debut in the X6. The 4.4L V8 is the most powerful engine ever featured in a BMW X Model, producing a maximum output of 400 horsepower. The other engine option is the 3.0L straight-six with a maximum output of 300 horsepower.
The X6 can easily be personalized. There are 10 exterior paint choices, five equipment variants, two interior colors, and five trim options.
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