BMW’s flagship SUV is on a bit of a roll lately, and it seems like there’s been a lot of excitement about the new X6 and X6 Plus.
While the new cars have a new paint scheme and a new engine, there’s also been a few minor changes in the design of the cars.
Here are a few things you should know about the two new models.1.
They’re not just any old X6 or X6 Max.
The new cars are essentially new cars, with a new name and a different nameplate.
But what does this mean for the X6s?
Here are the new specs:BMW X6-Drive: The new X4 models are the closest the brand has come to a true hybrid SUV, and the new model will be BMW’s answer to the Chevrolet Volt.
The X6 is the only X4 with a powertrain from the BMW i3 to date.
The car has a power-to-weight ratio of just 1.8, compared to the 1.9 of the i3.
It’s also got a smaller wheelbase, so you’ll have room for a lot more passengers.
BMW says it’s been working on this car for three years.2.
The powertrain is new, but the new body is just as good.
While BMW says the new engine will be “much more powerful than the i5 and i6,” the X4s’ powertrain will still offer the same level of performance and safety as the i4.
BMW also says it plans to keep the same engine, but it will be upgraded for more efficient efficiency and higher torque.
The two-cylinder engine will offer more power, while the four-cyliler will give you more torque.
It will also be more fuel-efficient.
BMW claims the new engines will be a 50 percent more powerful, but we’ll have to see how the company delivers on that.3.
The exterior is pretty darn good.
We’ll probably never be able to tell the difference between the X5 and X5 Plus because they’re all the same design.
The colors and grille lines are all the exact same.
It might not be enough to win you over, though.
The interior will be better than the X3 and X4, but there’s still a bit more work to do.
The redesigned seats will be nicer, but BMW says there will still be a lot to clean up.
The X6 has also been designed to be a hybrid.
The base X6 starts at $59,495.
The more expensive X6 Premium starts at nearly $60,000, and there’s an extra $3,000 in extra bells and whistles like a heated driver’s seat, new wheels, and a heated roof rack.
The only difference between these two cars is that the X7 Premium costs $80,000 and the X8 starts at a bit less than $100,000.
The only real catch with the X2s and X3s is the new fuel economy numbers.
BMW estimates the new vehicles will reach 60 mpg on the highway, and if you take the EPA-estimated fuel economy into account, the X1s and the Z4s will come in at around 32 mpg.
The difference is more of a factor if you’re driving in the city, where the X10 will easily make the 45-mpg mark.
BMW hasn’t released the new figures for the premium version of the XS, but they should be in the low 40s.