From Spartanburg, South Carolina, we bring you a new video gallery of the new 2015 BMW X6. While at the BMW plant, we had the opportunity to sample both the X6 xDrive50i and the X6 M50d. Our review can be found here.
In 2008, BMW introduced the world’s first Sports Activity Coupe, the BMW X6, which seven year later has been deemed successful for the brand with close to 250,000 units sold worldwide, an impressive figure for a somewhat niche model.
Now, BMW aims to build upon that success and deliver an even more compelling product.
Considered more of an evolution over its predecessor, the second-generation BMW X6 will soon face tougher competition in the segment with the Mercedes-Benz ML and a Porsche model based on the Cayenne.
The videos below give us a closer look at the exterior and interior design, the engine bay, as well as showcasing the new X6 in action on the road and track. And we threw in some offered action as well.