A new vehicle from German automobile manufacturer BMW is indicative of the future of the coupe, the firm has stated.
Fitted beneath the hood of the X6 is the world’s most powerful six-cylinder diesel engine which provides extensive carbon savings, while the model also features a Dynamic Performance Control system.
The firm has targeted the commanding driver who wants to be behind the wheel of a sports car and the vehicle combines both a practical yet flashy aesthetic.
Active steering, head-up display and adaptive headlights round off the package, which will be available to consumers from May 2008.
"The BMW X6 is a unique proposition offering owners the safety and convenience of a command driving position with the on-road performance of a sports car, all wrapped in the svelte lines of a coupé," said the company.
BMW was founded in 1916 and counts both Rolls-Royce and Mini as its subsidiaries.