By Gabriel Bridger //M Models, //X5 M, //X6 MJune 11, 2014 The F15 X5M & F16 X6M Will Come with a DCT Replacing the previous automatic transmission, the new DCT will be lifted directly from the M5 and M6. The change (along with weight loss) should help the M’s SAVs become a touch more performance oriented than before. Image credit: autohome.com.cn Share on Facebook Twitter Pinterest Google + LinkedIn Email Previous articleBMW Releases M3/M4 US Fuel Consumption Figures Next articleThe BimmerFile BMW M3 and M4 Launch Gallery You may also like The BMW M8 Gets Gets its Own Collection of M Performance Parts 2020 BMW M8 Videos and Photos Gallery World Premier: The 2020 BMW M8 Coupe and Convertible James Hawthorne How about a better design for the shifter? BMW has the hardest and least user friendly shifters in the business for their automatic and DCT transmissions. What’s wrong with a simply up and down no button gear shifter.