German publication Motorvision jumps behind the wheel of a BMW X6 M to show off its capabilities.

The tested vehicle comes with the M Drivers package which removes the electronic speed delimiter allowing for speeds up to 305 km/h. BMW’s first M SAV was introduced in 2010 and under the hood the M engineers placed a 4.4 liter V8 engine delivering 555 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 500 lb-ft of torque from 1,500 to 5,650 rpm.

The engine uses the twin-scroll twin turbo technology with High Precision Direct Injection. By positioning the twin-scroll turbochargers together with the catalytic converters in the “V” section between the cylinders. The powerful engine serve as basis for the powerplant found in the new M5.


The X6 M models come equipped with Dynamic Performance Control, special M suspensions and Adaptive Drive, along with a new Servotronic power steering and Active Roll Stabilization system.

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