The X6 combines a coupe’s fastback roofline and a crossover’s high-riding capability with polarizing results. The unusual styling results in reduced cargo space—which is the Achilles’ heel of the X6 but those seeking a nontraditional aesthetic in their SUV will have to live with less practicality. The X6’s road manners illustrate that the BMW badge no longer represents the benchmark for driver engagement, although the company still builds superb engines. These include the X6’s strong and smooth turbocharged six- and eight-cylinder powerplants, which pair with a terrific automatic transmission and available all wheel drive. The X6 supports its luxury bonafides with a beautifully crafted interior and a robust infotainment system. Too bad it’s so easy to balloon the bottom line with options. While the X6 makes a strong visual statement, crossover buyers will pay more for less with this bemusing Bimmer.