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BMW India has launched the all-new X6 SUV at a starting price of Rs 95 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom) in the country. Being offered in petrol fuel trim only, it has been introduced in two trims: xDrive40i xLine and xDrive40i M Sport. Available as completely built-up units (CBU), the all-new BMW X6 can be booked at all the company authorized dealerships across India. For the first time, the new SUV has been offered with customizable options to customers. Customers of the X6 will also gain membership to the exclusive BMW Excellence Club.
The X6 flaunts the BMW ‘Iconic Glow’ kidney grille upfront while the range of optional features include BMW Laser Light, BMW Head-Up Display, Comfort Access, Panorama Glass Roof Sky Lounge, Crafted Clarity Glass Application, and Ambient Air Package. In fact, the buyers can also opt for a Rear Seat Entertainment Professional and Harman Kardon Surround Sound System. It rides on 21-inch alloy wheels while the nine exterior color options include Riverside Blue Metallic, Carbon Black, Manhattan Metallic, Artic Grey, Mineral White, Flamenco Red Brilliant Effect, Sophisto Grey Brilliant Effect, Black Sapphire and Alpine White. The German luxury automaker has made adaptive 2-axle air suspension as standard.
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The interior upholstery is available in Leather ‘Vernasca’ design perforated in the combinations of Cognac and Black, Tacora Red and Black, Ivory White and Black and Black, Black and Coffee, Black and Canberra Beige with Mokka. By the help of the recently introduced ‘BMW Contactless Experience’, customers have the option of selecting, customizing and booking the all-new BMW X6 from the comfort of their home. In addition, payments can be made online in a secure way. Customers will receive their new car at the place of their choice after a thorough sanitisation process along with handover of all vehicle documents in a sanitised envelope. Deliveries will be initiated adhering to all local government directives post the lockdown period. Under the hood, the X6 has BMW TwinPower Turbo inline 6-cylinder petrol engine.
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