BMW has launched two new promotional videos of their all new 2013 X6 M, which is scheduled to be launched later this year. BMW X6 M 2013 variant is powered by the 4.4L V8 turbocharged engine, that generates a maximum power of 555 bhp and maximum torque of 680 Nm. Apart from the that, 2013 X6 M features a modified front fascia giving the SUV an even bigger look. BMW has even added new chrome frames to the front of the 2013 X6 M.
You can now opt for the distinctive LED headlights which BMW calls as Adaptive LED’s, giving a much better view while driving in the dark. At the rear of X6 M 2013, you will find horizontal glowing LED bars. On the inside, BMW will offer customers the choice of either a Vermillion Red Nevada or Ivory White Nappa leather trims.
BMW X6 M is also introduced in three new and exciting color options, Marrakesh Brown, Midnight Blue and Orion Silver. New BMW SUV also received blue colored aluminum brake calipers and a powerdrome bonnet. From the two videos here, we can also see that the hood has been raised a bit while keeping lower ground clearance.
The new M Performance Package
As an additional option, the M Performance Package is available in the US. This attractive equipment package is not just cosmetic. It includes an engine upgrade of +15hp and +30 lb-ft of torque on the X6 xDrive35i giving it 315 hp and 330 lb-ft. The increase is +40 hp +30 lb-ft of torque on the X6 xDrive50i for total peak output of 440 hp and 480 lb-ft. In addition, the M Performance Package includes 20-inch light alloy wheels, black chrome exhaust tips, stainless steel pedals, M foot rest and door sills, shadowline exterior trim, anthracite headliner, and optional Carbon Black metallic paint.
The X6 M: The Ultimate Sports Activity Coupe
As an additional product offer from BMW M GmbH, the specialists for high-performance sports cars, the BMW X6M with its V8 engine delivering 555 bhp also benefits from detailed refinements in the area of design and equipment. The BMW X6 M is fitted with a 6-speed M Sport automatic transmission, also highlighting its individual status with such features as separately developed suspension technology.
The new X6 M also appears to pick up as standard fitment the new adaptive LED headlamps that are optional on the rest of the X6 range – they get Xenon headlamps as standard but can opt for the more expensive LED headlamps too. The light sources for low and high beam light are LED units positioned on a horizontal bar at its center, allowing their light to feed into the reflectors in front.