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2020 BMW X6 with the option of an illuminated grille

3rd-gen BMW X6 will be at the BMW Group Spartanburg plant, USA. Launch is scheduled for November 2019. 2020 BMW X6 dimensions are revised. It has grown 26 mm in length over the outgoing model and stands at 4,935 mm. With has been increased by 15 mm to 2,004 mm. Height is reduced 6 mm to 1,696 mm. Wheelbase has grown by 42 mm to 2,975 mm.

BMW’s large front grille continues to dominate the front end. Grille frame ends are angled and stretch towards the headlights. 2020 BMW X6 is available with an illuminated BMW kidney grille as an option. It lights up when opening or closing the car. The function can also be operated manually, and when driving.

BMW Laserlight looks like blue x-shaped elements inside the BMW twin headlights. 19” light-alloy wheels are fitted as standard. Options on offer are in the range of 20 to 22 inches. BMW X6 M50i and BMW X6 M50d are fitted with 21” light-alloy wheels as standard. New BMW X6 is available in xLine and M Sport model variants alongwith the standard offer.

2020 BMW X6 is fitted with Vernasca leather upholstery as standard. The 40:20:40 split rear seat backrests can be folded down to increase boot space from 580 to 1,530 litres.

Multifunction seats with massage function for the driver and front passenger, four-zone automatic climate control, thermoelectric cup holders, glass applications for selected controls, the Panorama glass roof Sky Lounge, the Ambient Air interior fragrancing package and the Bowers & Wilkins Diamond+ 3D Surround Sound System are available as an option.

On offer are four engines, and an M duo. This includes two petrol and 2 diesel variants. BMW X6 M50i gets power from a 524bhp 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8, developing 750Nm of torque. BMW X6 M50d gets power from a 294 kW/400 hp six-cylinder in?line diesel engine and four turbochargers. M Sport exhaust system is offered as standard on both M models, and as an option on other models, or as part of the M Sport package.

X6 xDrive 30d Sport gets power from a 262bhp 3.0-litre six-cylinder diesel engine that returns 620Nm of torque. X6 xDrive 40i Sport gets power from a 336bhp 3.0-litre turbocharged six-cylinder engine that develops 450Nm of torque. All BMW X6 variants are mated to an eight-speed Steptronic transmission.

xDrive splits drive torque between front and rear wheels as per varying driving conditions. Where AWD isn’t needed, rear wheels take charge.

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