2015 BMW X6 Review, Price, Specs and Concept – Welcome to Neocarsuv.com, we will provide the latest information about the BMW X6. 2015 BMW X6 concept is one brand new car from BMW that was released in 2015. We will also review about the price, interior, exterior and engine of the 2015 BMW X6.
Now, the 2015 BMW X6 continues to stun with its controversial style, while improving its on-road performance with a rear-drive option and a more powerful V-8. Once unusual in its form factor, the BMW X6 has gained companions, from within the brand and without: the BMW X4 takes the coupe-crossover theme down a size, and Mercedes-Benz has promised its own version with the Concept Coupe SUV. Despite the growing popularity of the curvaceous utility concept, the X6 continues to turn heads, and under the skin, it packs formidable capability and comfort.
The second-generation BMW X6 spied in form-fitting swirly camouflage. As was the first X6, which launched in 2008, the new model will use X5 mechanicals to deliver significantly less practicality and considerably more style than that model. One prominent source within the design world tells us, somewhat shockingly, that the X6’s shape has become “iconic, like a Porsche 911.”
The BMW design team has crafted a successful reinterpretation of the original, with a somewhat taller hood and new headlights that blend into the kidney grilles like the new X5’s. The interior will become much more sophisticated than that of today’s model, again following the lead taken by its traditionally proportioned sibling.
2015 BMW X6 Price. | Pricing for the new 2015 BMW X6 has been set at $59,825 – $61,725 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 BMW X6 we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
The 2015 BMW X6’s exterior is lightly redesigned for the new model year, offering a fresh take on the fluid, coupe-like theme with updated front and rear ends. The familiar BMW kidney grille is highlighted by an X-shaped contour and flanked by large twin-circle LED headlights up front, with wide, large air inlets lending an aggressive look, refined just a touch with chrome inserts. Adaptive LED headlights are optional. At the rear, the new design continues to emphasize the width of the X6, with three-dimensional LED light strips, L-shaped rear lights, and, like the front, matte silver underbody accents. Two new colors are available for 2015 as well: Dark Olive and Flamenco Red Metallic.
The X6 maintains the outgoing model’s sleek, coupe-like profile, but gets dual-round headlamps that connect to the kidney grilles as they do on other modern BMWs. Those lamps feature a chrome strip outlining the bottom edge within the housings, as well as standard Xenon headlights. Adaptive LED headlights are optional, but the front end’s EfficientDynamics aero enhancements come standard. The 2015 X6 gets the same aerodynamics-aiding embellishments found on other BMWs, including an Air Curtain front valance, Air Deflectors on the front wheel arches, and Air Breather vents behind the front fenders — and just as they do on the X5, those vents forgo the characteristic boomerang shape seen on other new BMW models. Those features help give the 2015 X6 a drag coefficient of 0.34, according to BMW. In back, the X6 gets new three-dimensional LED light strips within the traditional notched taillights. This gives the rear lamps a new look while retaining the same basic shape. A matte silver underbody protector can be seen in the lower bumper between the dual exhaust tips.
Mechanically, the X6 also gets some upgrades and new options for the 2015 model year, including its first rear-drive variant, the X6 sDrive35i. Powered by the same 300-horsepower, 300-pound-foot, 3.0-liter turbocharged in-line six-cylinder found in the all-wheel-drive X6 xDrive35i and using the same eight-speed transmission found throughout the X6 range (aside from the monstrous X6 M), its only real difference is the lack of drive to the front wheels. The X6 xDrive50i’s 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 engine gains 50 horsepower, now rated at 450 horsepower.
In the U.S., buyers will have a choice between a 300-hp, turbocharged 3.0-liter straight-six and a 445-hp, 4.4-liter twin-turbo V-8. We expect that the next-gen X6 will be available exclusively with xDrive all-wheel drive, although it’s possible that rear-wheel drive could be offered. Rear-drive became available on the X5 for the first time as part of the 2014 redesign as a low-cost, more efficient option. As the image-conscious SUV of the two, however, the X6 doesn’t necessarily need to cater to those worried about cost or efficiency. A diesel engine is possible, although that may not fit the image BMW has built for the X6 either, making a successor to the ActiveHybrid X6 more likely. A follow up to the X6 M, this time producing as much as 600 horsepower, is a sure thing. Each model will use an eight-speed automatic.