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@Ambarish Ganesh • 09 Dec, 2013 • 1 like
Automaker BMW has silently rolled out a limited 'Design Edition' variant of its flagship vehicle X6 M, the count being just 100 units globally. This limited edition BMW X6 M is tagged as super-sporty, and demands attention externally and internally. The car could be availed in three color variants- Alpine White, Sapphire Black and Melbourne Red metallic color.


It features the 21-inched M Performance light-alloy wheels along with BMW's double-spoke design and carbon elements. Also included is a traditional BMW kidney grille in black. a front splitter, black exterior mirror caps, rear spoiler and rear diffuser. The interiors boast minor tweaks with the Piano Black interior trim with the numbered badge displaying the exclusivity of the 'Design Edition'. Seats are hugged fully by Merino leather and the instrument panel comes in either of these two colors- Black, or Mugello Red leather (complimenting the Mugello Red contrast stitching).

There's no major mechanical improvisations in this 'Design Edition'. It still runs the same 4.4-L v* engine producing a monstrous power of 560bhp and a peak torque of 680Nm, and is linked to a six-speed M Sport automatic transmission. Nothing has been revealed by BMW on the price front.
@Kanagasundaram Kuppusamy • 18 Dec, 2013 BMW X5 model Design only slightly changes in X6 model.

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