2015 BMW X6 F16 – Real Life Photos

BMW X6 | July 2nd, 2014 by 5
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South-Carolina based spy photographer Palbay just spotted the all-new 2015 BMW X6 out in the open. The F16 X6 seen below is painted in the …

South-Carolina based spy photographer Palbay just spotted the all-new 2015 BMW X6 out in the open. The F16 X6 seen below is painted in the Flamenco Red launch color and comes with the xLine package.

Despite going through some design changes, the 2015 X6 is still recognizable as an X6, and now comes with a larger fascia and lots of dynamic lines running across the sides, or from the rear to the front. A chrome twin-kidney grille, the X-shaped intersecting elements on the front bumper, and a rear haunch now accentuated by a curved crease, show the X6 is just as interesting as the first generation E71.

2015 BMW X6 F16   Real Life Photos

The new X6 shares its hood, grille, and headlights with the F15 X5, and the short rear-end with the new, smaller X4. From far away, some people may have a hard time telling the two apart.

The front-end is dominated by the “Air Curtains” incorporated in the outboard intakes, and the fender-located “Air Breathers,” both functional and aesthetic.

Inside, the new X6 also takes some design cues from the X5, but with a more sporty angle. The cargo capacity is smaller than before, however, swallowing 53.9 cubic feet of stuff versus the previous model’s 59.7. The second row now folds in 40/20/40 sections.

2015 BMW X6 F16   Real Life Photos

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New exterior color choices include Dark Olive and Flamenco Red Metallic. Options include aluminum running boards and adaptive LED headlights. All models feature standard 19-inch light-alloy wheels, while 20-inch alloy wheels are optional.

For the U.S. market, BMW will offer the X6 with the sDrive35i(rear-wheel drive), xDrive35i and xDrive50i configuration. The 2015 BMW X6 sDrive35i and X6 xDrive35i are equipped with the 300-horsepower 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo inline six-cylinder engine.

The V8-powered X6 xDrive50i gets improved performance for the new model year. The 4.4-liter V8 engine churns out 445 hp, a boost of 50 hp.

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It is expected that the lineup may start under $60,000, for the rear-wheel drive sDrive35i.The base 2014 X6 with all-wheel drive starts at $61,725, including a $925 destination charge.

  • Dan

    Still crazy how close to the X4 looks. Hard to differentiate the two from far away

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  • CDspeed

    Like the new X5, the new X6 looks more sophisticated then the previous generation. I had the previous generation X5 the first year it came out in the 4.8i variant. And I have driven the new xDrive 50i, the new gen isn’t as plastic looking, and the interior design is been so greatly refined it’s hard to believe they’re the same model. I’d be very interested in an X6 eDrive40i, if they announce it before I’m tempted by the X5 eDrive40i

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