2011 BMW X6 xDrive50i Review & Specification

The debut of BMW’s X6 Sports Activity Coupe was an immediate success. This addition to BMW’s very successful SAV line redefined the very notion of a coupe – with five doors and four sculpted seats, a higher ride and loads of cargo space.
The wide range of products from BMW Performance offers numerous options for this purpose, ensuring an even more intense experience of riving dynamics and the fascinating, aesthetic design of the BMW X6. The range of retrofittable options specially developed for BMW’s unique Sports Activity Coupé for the drivetrain, suspension, aerodynamics and cockpit is included in the broad selection of BMW Original Accessories.
Just one look at the front end of BMW’s new Sports Activity Coupe reveals the powerful presence of this unique vehicle. It  is also demonstrated in the design of the hood and in the vertically positioned BMW kidney grille, with fins finished in a sophisticated titanium color on the xDrive50i and in black on the xDrive35i.
The BMW Performance Power Kit raises maximum output of the eightcylinder with BMW TwinPower Turbo and High Precision Injection in the BMW X6 xDrive50i by 30 kW/41 hp to 330 kW/448 hp. Peak torque, in turn, is up by 50 Newton-metres/37 lb-ft to 650 Nm/479 lb-ft.The six-cylinder power unit of the BMW X6 xDrive35i equipped with Twin Turbo technology and High Precision Injection shows an increase in maximum output by 15 kW/20 hp to 240 kW/326 hp, with peak torque increasing by 50 to 450 Newton-metres/332 lb-ft.
Benefiting from the BMW Performance Power Kit, both models accelerate 0.2 seconds faster from a standstill to 100 km/h, the BMW X6 xDrive50i with the BMW Performance Power Kit completing this sprint in 5.2 seconds, the BMW X6 xDrive35i in 6.5 seconds.


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