The rear silencer for BMW X6 xDrive50i by Hartge

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We can say that the new x6 will looks a lot like X5, as the front is similar to X5, but large differences occur in the back line, where the flag falls heavily to the taillights,  giving a line of a coupe, with only one with off-road capabilities.

The result is ensured by a new system called BMW Dynamic Performance Control, which controls the chassis and the running rail combined with a traction integral xDrive, which can vary the torque bridge when you lose traction on one of them. Once the car detects a possible under turn – or overturn of the vehicle, the system will vary on each distribution of traction wheels to ensure a perfect draw in curves. In other words, not ESP, but more than that, the car can accelerate even in strongly close curved.

Buyers who will buy this model at BMW since Spring 2008 may choose between xDrive50i, equipment including a twin-engine turbo V8 of 4.4. liters, 400 horses and 610Nm, and xDrive35i, including a twin-turbo engine with six cylinders in-line 3.0-liter, which develops 300CP and 406Nm.

Source: Hartge

This article was written by admin on June 13, 2009

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