The BMW X6 is the world's first ever Sports Activity Coupé, still an exceptional blend of energetic progress and incomparable adaptability and with further upgraded offer from spring 2012. Particular adjustments in configuration and imaginative hardware elements sharpen the profile of the new BMW X6 as an unmistakable model inside of the premium portion of all-wheel-drive vehicles. Its uncommon standing and continuous notoriety is because of both its profoundly expressive configuration, brushing the athletic and exquisite lines of a roadster with the matchless quality of a BMW X model, and the intriguing driving knowledge gave by effective petrol and diesel motors fitted with BMW TwinPower Turbo Technology and the smart all-wheel-drive framework xDrive, including Dynamic Performance Control
Unequivocally adjusted subtle elements in the front perspective give the new BMW X6 an appearance portrayed by selective physicality and matchless quality. The standard mist lights are presently set in matt completion encompasses in the upper territory of the external air channels. Their higher and more horizontal position underlines the vehicle's width. The striking three-dimensional displaying of the casing and recently composed bars, calculated in the lower segment, make the BMW kidney grille emerge particularly obviously inside of the vehicle front area. The grille's edge bars is flush with the headlamp's base units, in this manner making an extra flat line which in like manner highlights the wide track and stable street holding of the new BMW X6.
As a distinct option for the standard bi-xenon light, the new BMW X6 is the first vehicle in its section to be fitted alternatively with versatile LED headlamps. Their brilliant white light guarantees ideal perceivability, while their top notch appearance speaks to another elucidation of the brand's trademark twin round headlamps. The three-dimensionally formed iridescent rings of the versatile LED headlamps are strikingly leveled off both at the top and base and are overlaid at the upper edge by a LED-nourished emphasize light. The light hotspots for low and high light emission LED units situated on an even bar at its middle, sustaining their light into the reflectors in front. In the new BMW X6 M, versatile LED headlights are fitted as standard.