BMW X6 Black Vermillion on sale in Australia


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A very limited number of the BMW X6 Black Vermillion are available to buy in Australia.

BMW’s range-topping SUV has gained limited-edition specifications with unique exterior body colours, design features and additional equipment. BMW Australia has confirmed just five examples of the X6 Black Vermillion edition will go on sale locally, and interested buyers can secure their own via BMW Shop today with a $5000 deposit fee.

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Pricing for the BMW X6 Black Vermillion is $208,900 driveaway.

Like the X5 edition, the X6 gets Frozen Black exterior paint with red accents, an updated grille featuring red bars, exclusive 22-inch alloy wheels and an M Sport exhaust system. The model also features high-gloss Shadowline exterior trim, red M Sport brake callipers and BMW’s laser light technology.

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Inside, Black Vermillion models feature full black leather trim with red accents found on the floor mats and rear seats. The cars also gain front comfort seats, sun-protection glass, Alcantara roof lining and added detailing to the car’s cup holder cover.

There is also an X7 M50i edition available overseas that gets its own, similarly specified, limited-edition model: the Frozen Black Edition. Like the Black Vermillion package, it brings Frozen Black paint, black 22-inch light alloy wheels, laser lights, the M Sport exhaust system, sun-protection glass, Shadowline exterior trim and M Sport brake calipers.

The X7’s interior also sees some changes, with the same Alcantara roof lining found on Black Vermillion models in addition to crystal glass, though the firm’s comfort pack plus, technology plus pack and panoramic sunroof are still listed as optional extras.

The X6 Black Vermillion Edition is expected to land locally in Q4 2022.

Jack Warrick


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