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BMW X6 Performance Unlimited for Japanese market

BMW X6 | July 10th, 2010 by 4
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After the Japanese-exclusively MINI Savile Row unveiled yesterday, BMW announces the introduction of a new model for the “Land of the Rising Sun”. The BMW …

After the Japanese-exclusively MINI Savile Row unveiled yesterday, BMW announces the introduction of a new model for the “Land of the Rising Sun”. The BMW X6 Performance Unlimited is based off the xDrive35i variant and will be offered in a 20 units limited edition.

The limited X6 is coated in a silver-pearl body color from BMW’s Individual program and comes standard equipped with a BMW Performance aero-kit that includes an aggressive front bumper, side skirts, rear diffuser and blacked-out kidney grilles. The X6 sits on uniquely-designed 21-inch alloy wheels wrapped around some wide tires. The tinted windows add an extra “special feel” to this X6.

Inside, the X6 Performance Unlimited features more items from the BMW Performance program: aluminum pedals and brushed aluminum trim. The X6 is identified by a limited edition badge placed inside.

BMW X6 Performance Unlimited for Japanese market

The BMW X6 Performance Limited went only through cosmetic changes and the powerplant is identical to the one in the “regular” xDrive35i, 3.0 liter turbocharged with 306 horsepower.

BMW X6 Performance Unlimited for Japanese market

The BMW X6 Performance Unlimited is available for order in Japan with pricing set at 9,450,000 Yen ($108,400).

[Source: Carscoop ]

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1516843192 Horatiu Boe

    We’re so lucky with the BMW pricing we have in the U.S.

  • BMfan

    I looked at the price and I was really surprised-for a 35i not even the 50i.
    Wouldnt bother to blame the dealership in my country anymore.

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    I have studied aboard in Japan before, basically all cars from Europe and America are priced up a lot there.

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