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BMW has unveiled the latest in its x6 lineup with the introduction of a new, mid-sized crossover with a unique, yet appealing design.

The new X6 will hit the market in March 2019.

The X6’s exterior and interior are all new, and we are very excited to see it on the road.

This new crossover will be available in four different angles and different colors.

The crossover’s exterior is based on the BMW X5, while the interior is based around the BMW i3.

The base price of the X6 is £23,495, and the optional X6 Coupe will set you back £27,995.

The rear-wheel drive, dual-clutch system is also available, but only in the X5 version.

We also got a sneak peek at the X7 version, which will have a rear-drive system as well.

Audi X6 Interior angles The interior of the Audi X6 has a unique design.

Its front fascia is made from a steel plate, while there are a lot of large round vents at the front of the vehicle.

The sides of the crossover are made of carbon fiber, while its roof has a mesh mesh roof covering.

There are also two rear seats.

The front seats are large, with a small headrest, a large driver’s seat, and a small driver’s armrest.

The driver’s legrest has a foldout armrest and a folding seatback.

The rear seats are both large and wide, with four small foldout rear seats that fold down to the driver’s lap.

The back seats are slightly longer and more forward, with three large foldout seats that open and close, as well as two small foldouts.

The seats are adjustable, with the driver reclining the rear seat to a comfortable position and the driver leaning forward.

Audi X5 Interior angles The X5 is the third generation of the BMW’s x5 lineup.

The first was the X4, which debuted in 2011.

The second was the BMW M3, which was released in 2010.

The third was the M5, which launched in 2014.

The fourth was the x6, which came out in 2020.

Each of these models has been based on a design concept.

The BMW M4 and the BMW 6 Series have the same basic silhouette, but have been modified in different ways.

The Mercedes-Benz S Class and the Audi A3 have been inspired by the BMW x5.

BMW X6 interior angles We’ve already seen the X3s exterior and the interior of its X6 counterparts.

The most interesting part of the new crossover is the new roof.

The roof is very different to the current X5 roof.

Instead of the traditional rectangular shape, the X2’s roof has been split into two pieces, each of which has its own distinct style.

The original roof was made of a hard plastic shell, and it was shaped like a giant wheel.

The two roof pieces have been combined into a single rectangular piece, which looks like a traditional wheel.

There’s a different look to the roof of the current car, which is very reminiscent of the original BMW X4.

A look inside the new BMW X6, with its new roof and the old one.

Another look inside, this time with the old roof and new one.

BMW X7 Interior angles