Car blog Jalopnik has a hands-on Test Drive of the upcoming BMW X6 Sports Activity Coupe.
The test of the BMW X6 highlights lots of good points but also some negatives and compromises.
Quote: "Dynamic Performance Control is a genuine game changer, think of it as a form of stability control that gives you more control, increases grip to unimaginable levels and does both without interfering by grabbing brakes or cutting power. Other electronics eliminate dive and roll, too. The laws of physics do eventually intervene and the X6 will understeer, but its limits are unbelievably high. We'd put the X6 up against any sports car on a tight, twisty and wet mountain road, it's just a shame the steering is devoid of feel."
Read and see the action shots of the new BMW X6 at Jalopnik Part 1 and Part 2.
The BMW X6 3.5i is launching in April and has a base price of $52,500.
The BMW X6 5.0i comes this Summer with a base price of $63,000.
More details on the BMW site.
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