Remember those somewhat disappointing dyno figures that Inside Line recorded for the 2010 BMW X6 ActiveHybrid? Not that 368 horsepower and 402 lb-ft of torque is anything to sneeze at, but that's far short of the 480 horsepower and 575 pound-feet of torque the German automaker claims, even accounting for drivetrain losses. At the time, the boys from IL promised to provide a full set of performance figures for BMW's overweight crossover thing, and they've delivered.
So, how'd it do? The run from 0 to 60 took just 5.5 seconds while the quarter mile was dispatched in 13.6 seconds at 104.7 miles per hour. That's pretty darn quick, but perhaps not quite up to the levels promised with such a prodigious power rating. Then again, the trucklet weighs in at a substantial 5,705 pounds and manages 17 miles per gallon in the city and 19 on the highway.
We had a little seat time in an X6 Hybrid a while back, and you can click here to read our comments shortly thereafter. Done? So, what do you think? Does the $90,000 BMW X6 ActiveHybrid meet your expectations? Feel free to sound off in the Comments.