BMW is preparing to change the generations of the X6 cross-country vehicle. This is likely to happen not earlier than next year, but the Bavarians are already testing not only the standard model, but its “inflated” version, which will prove even more powerful.
Judging by the photos posted in a number of car magazines, the cross-coupe will retain its dynamic silhouette. And the X6 M will get some extra details to make it different. It will have extended wheel rims with larger wheels, a different front bumper with large air intakes, and four exhaust pipes.
According to the information, under the bonnet of the BMW X6 M will be installed the M5 sedan engine (the same will be used for the future X5 M). This is a 4.4-liter V8 with two turbines that develops 600 hp. For the sports version of the cross-coupe, however, its power will be increased. From the M5, the four-wheel drive system will also be taken, which means the crossover will be slightly oriented to the rear axle.
Interestingly, the standard modifications of the BMW X6 will also appear in full rear transmission. It will get the sDrive 40i index and will probably be the lowest price. The cross-coupe will also be available with the new V8 engine with 530 hp, which debuted in the BMW 8-Series. It will be placed on the most powerful standard version – the M50i.