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When we had our First Drive in BMW's new X6 Sport Activity Coupe, we didn't get the opportunity to really measure fuel consumption, since the vehicles were gassed-up when we got behind the wheel and were then refuelled during our lunch break. A glance at the on-board computer of the '35i we drove on the long route through the mountains indicated about 13.5 mpg which is nothing to write home about. The other day, BMW sent us the preliminary EPA numbers for the X6 which came in at 15/20/17mpg city


Click above for high-res gallery of the BMW X6 in the wet


The BMW X6 ActiveHybrid is a concept slated to blend a few automotive categories (it's a CUVish four-door coupe). We got our first look at this Two-Mode hybrid family member last fall in Frankfurt, when BMW was still calling this a concept vehicle. The X6 ActiveHybrid is moving to production, though, and World Car Fans has gotten their hands on some spy photos of the vehicle at a gas station (slightly ironic, that, considering that the hybrid system is supposedly going to improve fuel economy by


The BMW Concept X6 has garnered a fair bit of press lately. As befuddled as some people are by the recent onslaught of new people movers from the "Ultimate Driving Machine" makers, others understand that if you need one of these types of vehicles as your daily driver you might as well have one that puts the "sport" in sport utility vehicle sport activity vehicle. We've seen sketches and even spy photos and then a build-up video interview with BMW designer Chris Bangle about the vehicle. Well, to

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