Maina Kageni's new Sh 14 million ride

Forget the Manchester United branded new Chevrolet he got last year, Classic FM presenter Maina Kageni is sporting the latest BMW. And it is not a cheap ride guys, it is not that Sh9 million wheel we all buzzed about. This one is estimated to cost Sh14 million.

Pulse exclusively sampled the new 2016 BMW X6 model early this week and confirmed the unique features that has everyone in town wanting their arms around it:

No need for key: This ride has a comfort access. When one holds the handle, it unlocks and locks without use of the key.

Park assist: The park assist makes it easier to parallel park; suitable parking spaces can be shown and selected via the Control Display.

The car has a surround view for easier park to help manoeuvre in tight spaces.

Multi-functional instrument display with Black Panel technology and a screen diagonal of 10.25” provides an impressive visualisation of the driving experience. Three different modes and their specific characteristics - each of which have their own colour scheme and graphic style - can be shown in the display.

Navigation system professional includes hands-free kit, with USB interface, fixed 10.2” LCD colour display split screen function (main and assistance windows), has hand writing recognition and voice control, and a built in hard drive for storage of music.