“Now with the arrival of the X6 M and X5 M, we’re able to offer an M version which will tempt performance-oriented buyers considering an ML 63 AMG or Cayenne Turbo with benefits such as faster acceleration, less weight and better fuel consumption,” Stavros Yallouridis, BMW Group Australia head, said.
"We are particularly pleased to welcome a new chapter of BMW M to the Australian market give we have such a loyal and strong following of the M product range.”
The vehicles are rated as having a combined fuel consumption rate of 13.9l/100 km (17 mpg) – urban 19.3 l/100 km (12 mpg) and highway 10.8 l/100 km (22 mpg). And if this doesn’t scare tree huggers away, CO2 emission will, as they are rated at 325 g/km.
“What more could you ask for? Here you have a car with coupe design, power, agility and performance, street credibility and uniqueness, plus it offers the versatility of a sports activity vehicle,” Yallouridis concluded.
Full details about the two Ms can be found in the PDF attached below.