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With its unrestrained styling and uncompromising power, the second generation BMW X6 is one admirable tank of a car.

05 Feb 2015

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Like how the Cayenne received disapproval from Porsche fans when it was first launched, the BMW X6 didn't have it easy when it first arrived in Singapore seven years ago in April 2008.

But, fascinatingly, it seems that the Bimmer has been accepted for what it is over the years, even if it does possess the love-it-or-hate-it style statement.

The X6, with its love-it-or-hate-it styling, has been accepted for what it is over the years


You couldn't possibly imagine that the Bavarian marque could succeed in making the X6 any more brash that it already was when it arrived here. But it seems the latest evolution of BMW’s tank completes that seemingly impossible task at hand with its new design language.

Despite changes on its sheet metal, such as sleeker headlamps meeting the chrome twin-kidney grille, bolder lines on its sides and a short stubby tail that adds a little more attitude to it, the car is instantly recognisable as an extroverted X6.

Subtle badge to let others know of this locomotive

Sitting 4,909mm long, 1,989mm wide and 1,702mm tall, this fastback SUV is longer and wider than the big and bold X5. Always with an eye towards function, it does, however, sit lower than its brethren, thanks to its coupe-like roofline that helps with both aerodynamics and aesthetics.
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Car Information

This model is no longer being sold by local distributors
BMW X6 xDrive50i (A)
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Engine Type


V8 TwinPower Turbocharged

Engine Cap





336kW (450 bhp) / 6000 rpm



650 Nm / 4500 rpm



8-speed (A) Steptronic

Acceleration (0-100 km/h)



Top Speed



Fuel consumption


10.3 km/L

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