BMW’s new SUVs are fast but behind the eco-friendly times
BMW’s latest high-powered SUVs, the X5 M and X6 M, are unique among their elite peers as they offer no hybrid option and have no plans to do so
BMW’s new X5 M and X6 M cars are undoubtedly fast and talented, but they also carry the whiff of anachronism about them.
BMW’s decision to launch the third examples of its fastest SUVs is not a surprising one, but the timing may not be too clever. These latest high-powered BMWs employ the same turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 petrol engine as the M5 Competition and M8 Competition. But there is no hybrid technology fitted...
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