2020 BMW X6 SUV launched in India at Rs 95 lakh
BMW has launched the thrid generation BMW X6 in India at Rs 95 lakh, ex-showroom. The coupe-SUV is being brought in as a CBU, and is available with a single petrol engine option. Two trims: xLine and M Sport are available, priced identically.
The X6 is available in the xDrive40i variant. This version features a 3.0-litre inline-six turbo petrol engine that makes 340PS and 450 Nm. This will be paired to the ZF eight-speed automatic and AWD. The car accelerates from 0 -100 kmph in 5.5s and can reach a top speed of 250 kmph. Also standard is an adaptive 2-axle air suspension.
The xLine version comes with aluminium exterior trim in the grille, roof-rail, etc., grey body cladding and unique front bumper and alloys. The M Sport version is sportier to look at with high-gloss exterior trim, an M aero package, and larger alloy wheels. The M Sport also gets unique suspension tuning, brakes and exhaust system. On the inside, the M Sport also gets M-specific pedals, steering wheel and optional carbon-fibre trim elements. The X6 also offers the option of lighting the kidney grille.
Other notable features on the X6 are the twin 12.3-inch screen Drive infotainment system, an optional Harman/Kardon audio system, wireless charging, dynamic ambient lighting, panoramic sunroof, crystal elements on the centre console, BMW Laser lighting, four-zone climate control and HUD, among other things. Safety is well taken care of with at least 6 airbags, and BMW's trick 360-degree camera system. Also available is the reversing assistant and the self-park functionality. Alloy wheels are 20-inches in with optional 21-inchers available.
The xLine can be had in seven colour options while the M Sport can be had in two additional options. There are two further optional paint options available. The interior leather can be had in six colour tones.
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