If driving an SUV has always seemed a little un-sporty, bulky and little un-cool for you, then you don't need to look further anymore now with BMW's Sports Activity Coupe
Well, this new segment of crossover vehicle created by BMW to describe the 2009 X6, which had made its official debut in Detroit. While it's not the best segment name you've ever heard, it still beats the ubiquitous “crossover.”
If you are familiar with BMW's X5, This Sports Activity Coupe is basically an extension of X5, but in a much sleeker package. BMW has clearly sacrificed some of the X5's utility (passenger room and cargo capacity) for the sake of styling, thanks to that sloping roofline.
According to industry news, The X6 will also be available in a hybrid model using the Two-Mode system it developed with GM, Mercedes-Benz and Chrysler, which give you more fuel efficient driving experience.
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