I’ll be honest here, I’m not a fan of the BMW X6. Not even when it comes with an M badge, even though that means it packs a 567-horsepower and 553-pound-feet V-8 powerplant. Call me crazy, but I simply don’t like its hunched appearance. On the other hand, my idea of an SUV revolves around the 1969 Chevrolet K5 Blazer, which is why I wouldn’t fancy an X6 even if BMW dropped a 2,000-horsepower engine in it. But that’s not to say I can’t appreciate BMW for its effort to make the X6 M the sportiest crossover out there, only slightly slower than the M4.