BMW X6 removed from the brand’s official website

The BMW X6 was available in xLine, M Sport and '50 Jahre M Edition' trims.

BMW India has delisted the X6 from its official website, which suggests that the model may no longer be available.

BMW had introduced the '50 Jahre M Edition' of the X6 just a few months back. The SUV was also available in xLine and M Sport trims.

The BMW X6 was positioned above the X5, as a more stylish alternative. It featured a distinctive exterior with a coupe-like roofline. The 50 Jahre M Edition came equipped with Adaptive M Suspension, M-Sport exhaust system and M Sport brakes as standard. The SUV also offered 4-zone automatic climate control, sports seats, wireless charging and a panoramic sunroof.

In India, the X6 was powered by a 3.0-litre, 6-cylinder petrol engine that made 335 BHP and 450 Nm and was paired with an 8-speed automatic transmission and an all-wheel drive system.

The BMW X4 was also taken off the shelves in India earlier this month.


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