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The SmokingTire: BMW X6M Track Test at Spartanburg

Videos | April 26th, 2012 by 6
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The Smoking Tire takes the BMW X6M at the test track in Spartanburg, South Carolina. After driving the 1M and M3, Matt Farah decides to …

The Smoking Tire takes the BMW X6M at the test track in Spartanburg, South Carolina. After driving the 1M and M3, Matt Farah decides to see how the super sporty SAV does on the track.

While we agree with Farah that the performance of the X6M is impressive, we strongly disagree on the look of the car. We always found the design of the X6M to be one of the best in its class, a special crossover with an aggressive front fascia with large air intakes and front airdam. At the rear, the X6 M stands out with its unique diffuser that shrouds dual exhaust tailpipes, a typical M brand design element.

So how does it handle on the track? Just as expected…

The SmokingTire: BMW X6M Track Test at Spartanburg

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  • http://twitter.com/135Misha Misha Nikolich

    Some great footage of the BMW Performance Driving School track in Spartaburg. The full course configuration (as used in M School) is really funl! Quite amazing how capable and quick the X6M is on a track. I think it makes for a nice daily driver – if you don’t need room for 5 people and big cargo in the back. Looks are a matter of personal taste. I like the unique design – it turns heads on the road with a wide stance and sporty roof line. 

  • dOMASk

    Am i the only one who thinks it isn’t ugly?

    • Rse-0ne

      Pff I just wanted to say he’s ugly! In fact in person I think this is one of the most beautiful bmdubs out there!

  • Giom

    Matt, dude, you calling anything ugly is ridiculous! But, ok, just show me the ugly in the X6, cause I don’t see it. I see exotic beauty!

    Btw, I’m tall, and I fit comfortably in the back of the X6. His comment is based on assumption. Just because it ‘looks’ small, doesn’t mean it is small. This car is huge!

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