Journalists across the world continue to review the first BMW xDrive M vehicle, X6 M. The 2010 BMW X6 M made its debut earlier this year at the New York Auto Show and it was put through heavy testing by a large group of journalists at the International Media Launch in Atlanta.
Opinions have been split, raving reviews from some, but negative feedback from others. Unexpected? Not totally, every single, non-classic BMW model has been through this purgatory and the X6 M makes no exception.
The Aussie fellows at CarAdvice took their turn behind the 555 horsepower M SAC and let’s see what they have to say.
High-end watch company Hublot is all about the Big Bang, one of the world’s hottest selling watches, and yes, its very big and very impressive.
So to is BMW’s latest M car, the monster powered Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) the X6 M, the Big Bang of the SUV world, if you will. To describe this thing as fast would be a gross injustice to what BMW have created in the X6 M, this is a 2.3 tonne supercar that single-handedly rewrites the laws of physics, at least as I know them.
Acceleration out of the very tight turn four towards the left-hander at Siberia is supercar quick, but that’s only after you have punished the living daylights out of the brakes at the last possible moment before turn-in.
And I don’t mean just once or twice; even after 15 laps on the limit, these things were positively fade-free and performing as if it were lap one.