The success of the previous X6 has pushed BMW designers not to deviate much from the original formula, so the second generation of the so-called SUV Coupe appears almost as a restyling of the first, rather than as a real new version of it. In reality, the improvements have been many: in the face of almost coincident dimensions, the car body has been revised in general, to improve the aerodynamic penetration coefficient, which has thus fallen from 0.35 to 0.32. In the photo, you can see the super-powerful (340 horsepower) M Sport version of this car.
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🏎 BMW X6 F16
📍 Germany
🛠 30D xDrive Steptronic 258HP
💨 6,7 seconds
🔝 230km/h
💶 No longer on sale
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