Strictly limited BMW X6 Black Vermillion bound for Australia in Q4

A limited edition of the BMW X6 M50i will arrive in Australia later this year with increased specifications and unique styling elements. Just five examples of the Black Vermillion Edition will make it down under.

The exterior elements unique to the BMW X6 Black Vermillion Edition and which are offered above and above the M50i include BMW Individual Frozen Black metallic paint, a Shadow Line high gloss kidney grille with red slats, and the Iconic Glow grille illumination.

It also scores 22-inch M double spoke light alloy wheels in Orbit Grey, Shadow Line M lights, M Sport brakes in high gloss red and privacy glass. Inside, there’s BMW Individual full leather Merino upholstery in black, with front row red contrast stitching.

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Additionally, you’ll find a sky lounge panorama glass roof, Anthracite Alcantara headliner, active seat ventilation, comfort seats, velour mats, CraftedClarity glass trims, and Fineline Black interior surfaces with aluminium inserts.

Rounding out the styling package is an Edition Black Vermillion’ badge on centre console cover. The BMW X6 Black Vermillion Edition is powered by a BMW M TwinPower Turbo V8 engine that produces 390kW and 750Nm.

The X6 M50i from standstill to 100km/h in just 4.3-seconds, with the limited edition model priced at $208,900 drive away. It will be available to secure via BMW Shop from today (25 July 2022), at

A $5,000 reservation fee is required. Once the vehicle allocation has been secured, the preferred BMW dealer will liaise with the customer through the entire process and arranges delivery and handover.

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2023 BMW 7 Series

In other news, BMW has confirmed pricing and specs for its seventh generation 7 Series flagship sedan, which will be available for the first time with an all-electric drive system via the BMW i7.

Offered exclusively as a long wheelbase version, the 7 Series has a commanding presence, exemplified by monolithic surfaces and new signature front-end styling, with headlight units split into two sections.

Daytime running lights feature Swarovski crystals, while automatic opening and closing doors are accompanied by a ‘Grand Entrance’ light sequence. The BMW Interaction Bar features decorative interior lighting and imperceptible air vents as well.

The rear-seat entertainment experience is headlined by a 31.3-inch 8K BMW theatre screen, while a BMW Individual Merino leather/cashmere wool interior exudes supreme comfort and luxury.

BMW Australia will launch with two models: the 740i and fully electric i7 xDrive60. The former is powered by a TwinPower turbo in-line six cylinder engine, paired with 48-volt mild hybrid technology to deliver 280kW and 540Nm.

The fully electric i7 xDrive60 incorporates fifth-generation BMW eDrive technology, with dual motors to produce 400kW and 745Nm, and will come with a third generation BMW Wallbox as standard, along with a complimentary 5-year Chargefox subscription.

Both will come with service packages, and are priced at $268,900 for BMW 740i and $297,900 for i7 xDrive60. In each case, that’s plus on-roads. Customer deliveries will commence in Q4 of this year.

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