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Tuesday, November 27, 2007

BMW X6 goes offroad in Dubai

The all new BMW X6 found its way to Dubai. Two of these new SUV's were doing a testrun thru the desert. Dubai is the perfect place for that as they have more than enough sand over there. Both cars carried Dubai plates. The X6 is officially called 'Concept X6' because the car is not yet in production. BMW doesn't want to tell anything yet about the engines but rumours are that the basic model will get a 3.0L twinturbo which produces 306 bhp. The Concept X6 has a length of 4,89 meters, it's 1,98 meters wide and 1,69 meters high.

Source: Worldcarfans


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