The all-new 2020 BMW X6 is a midsize crossover SUV that comes with plenty of luxury. While more “sport” than “utility”, the X6 is somewhat a less practical variant of the X5 model. The upcoming X6 holds a more coupe-like styling with the sloping roof and the exterior design is really fascinating. Driving manners are superb and everything about this model is sportier than usual. If you are looking for a family crossover-SUV, you should go for the X5, definitely. The new model is caught testing on the public road and we have exclusive first photos.
The 2020 BMW X6 will sport some further changes, both inside and outside. The interior will get new equipment and more upscale materials. On the other hand, the exterior comes with a more modern appearance and some further styling upgrades. Under the hood, the customers can choose between the turbo six-cylinder or powerful V8 engine choices.
2020 BMW X6 offers unique design
As we mentioned, the 2020 BMW X6 comes with a more coupe-like styling than the rest of the company’s crossovers and SUVs. The four-door design and the unique liftgate and just contributing even more to that sort of styling. The redesign of this model happened a few years ago, and German carmaker feels that there is no need for significant changes right now.
Knowing that the X6 will host some minor upgrades such as slight skin updates. As a result, this model now looks more stylish than before. Sloping roof is perhaps the biggest change for sure. While the X5 comes with a blocky design, X6 looks really modern and up to the latest standards.
2020 BMW X6 interior is comfortable
The 2020 BMW X6 can accommodate five passengers. However, there isn’t much space at the back, so four passengers can be a more comfortable solution. When it comes to comfort, the front seats are more comfortable than the rear ones. The power-adjustable front seats are covered in leather and are very supportive. Rear occupants can enjoy in a certain level of comfort, but not as the front passengers for sure.
Moreover, sloping roof provides slightly less headroom, but there is still plenty of headroom from the inside. Besides the great level of comfort, BMW X6 offers astonishing systems and equipment. Majority of the features comes as standard on the base model. Upper trim levels are offering even more premium features with no additional cost. You can even opt for the Premium package that adds amenities such as wireless charging or the keyless ignition start.
2020 BMW X6 M is more powerful
According to the latest information that we got, the new model 2020 BMW X6 will be also offered with performance package M. This year model will get many changes, and from the spy images that we got it looks really attractive and more aggressive. It will get the new wheels that will be blacked and also a more wider grille. The inside of the SUV will be richer with a head-up display, navigation and the same touchscreen as the current one model.
Furthermore, the safety is also high and 2020 BMW X6 M package will come with the standard features like Lane Departure Warning, and Frontal Collision Warning – allow for optimal traction and protection in all situations. The most changes one will get with the more stronger engine TwinPower Turbo V-8 that unleashes 567 horsepower. This engine is able to run from 0 to 60 mph in just a 4 sec.
2020 BMW X6 powertrain
The German carmaker separates trim levels a little bit differently than we used to. For that reason, a sDrive35i and xDrive35i models will use a 3.0-liter six-cylinder turbo engine. It can produce 300 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque. The sDrive models are deploying rear-wheel-drive configuration and the xDrive are offering an all-wheel-drive setup.
The xDrive50i will ride on a 4.4-liter turbo V8 drivetrain that delivers 445 horses and 480 lb-ft of torque. Both sDrive and xDrive are using an 8-speed automatic transmission.
2020 BMW X6 price and release date
The coupe-like mid-size crossover-SUV will cost slightly over $60,000. Choosing an xDrive50i model with the V8 engine will cost almost $80,000. The 2020 BMW X6 will hit the markets in the last quarter of 2019. This latest SUV will compete with models Mercedes-Benz GLE, VW Touareg and Audi Q8.