Divisive but deadly: the new X6

It'll split opinion down the middle, but the engineering behind BMW's new X6 is impeccable, writes Kyle Fortune

19th October, 2014
The new BMW X6: for a car weighing comfortably in excess of two tonnes, the X6's ability in the bends is nothing short of incredible.

Like every manufacturer, BMW is constantly evolving, looking for new niches and market areas to exploit. As much as its recently launched 2 Series Active Tourer takes the brand to a new family-orientated buyer, the X6 before it opened up new opportunities for sales. To who is still questionable, as the X6 is a big four-wheel drive four-door (five if you include its hatchback) ‘coupé’ based on the successful BMW X5 SUV. The X6’s rakish...

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