The 2015 BMW X6 enters its second generation with fresh interior and exterior design, a more powerful engine in V8 versions and the addition of a rear-wheel-drive (RWD) base model, the X6 sDrive35i. For enthusiasts seeking the biggest punch, the BMW X6 M comes packing 567 horsepower.
The BMW X6 receives a few minor changes for 2014, chiefly the addition of a universal garage door opener and a rearview mirror with a compass as standard equipment on the xDrive5.0i. The X6 M receives standard carpeted floor mats.
About BMW X6
When launched in 2008, the BMW X6 defied SUV conventions. It was brawny and featured all-wheel drive as many sport-utility vehicles do, but in other respects the X6 was an intentional compromise. Performance and aesthetics took precedence over pragmatics, yet the concoction connected with buyers seeking a personal luxury vehicle that's confident in any weather. 2015 marks the 2nd-generation X6, and it arrives sleeker, smarter and more efficient. As rivals like the Acura ZDX have come and gone and Mercedes-Benz preps its own foe in the GLE, the X6 keeps marching to the beat of its own drum.