Ahead of its world debut at the 2014 LA Auto Show, the new F86 BMW X6 M was spotted, fully uncovered, in the heart of Munich. The model spotted comes with the Mineral White paint color, black wheels and of course, the signature four tailpipes in the back.
BMW has not only improved the looks of the second generation X6 M but also its power output delivering now 575 hp and 750 Newton meters to all four wheels. The engine is matted to an eight-speed automatic, modified by M. The all-wheel drive xDrive and Dynamic Performance Control DPC will adjust force distribution based on the driving situation.
The sprint from 0 to 100 km / h is only 4.2 seconds, he predecessor still took half a second longer. Despite the improved performance, fuel consumption was reduced by about 20 percent to 11.1 liters per 100 km.
The size of the new F86 BMW X6 M has been increased. Compared to the E71, the F86 X5 M measures 193.3 in versus 191.97 in. The width of the two generations is nearly identical, 78.3 in vs 78.07 in, the F86 being the wider one. The F86 X6 M is also slightly higher, 66.5 in vs 66.3 in while the wheelbase is almost perfectly matching in size: 115.5 in vs 115.47 in.
Compared with the E71 X6 M, the F86 BMW X6 M delivers a more refined chassis tested over 8,000 kilometers at the Nurburgring. BMW confidently announced a Nürburgring lap time at the level of BMW M3 E92.