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BMW has now unveiled the new 2020 BMW X6. The third generation BMW X6 which BMW likes call as a Sports Activity Coupe (SAC), is now bigger, quicker, luxurious and aggressive than before.The 2020 BMW X6 rides on the same BMW Cluster Architecture (CLAR).The SAC now gets illuminated BMW kidney grille for the first time, which adds an exclusive flourish to the exterior design.
The 2020 BMW X6 is now longer by 26 millimetres over the outgoing model and wider by 15 millimetres. The BMW X6 now stands 6 mm lower. The 2020 BMW X6 now gets a bigger Kidney grille similar to the one seen on most of the modern BMWs. For the first time as an option, BMW is offering Illuminated BMW Kidney grille. The illumination can be activated by opening or closing the car, but driver can also switch it ON and Off manually too. The illumination can be activated while driving too.
The 2020 BMW X6 now gets BMW Laserlight with Adaptive LED headlights which is similar to the one seen on the new BMW X5. The BMW Laserlight increases the visibility range by 500 metres. The BMW X6 now houses a 19-inch light alloy wheels as standard, with other wheel ranging in size from 20 to 22 inches available as an option. The BMW X6 M50i and BMW X6 M50d comes with 21-inch light-alloy wheels comes as standard. The taillamp gets a new design language akin to the new BMW M8.
The 2020 BMW X6’s cabin is similar to the new BMW X5. The dashboard houses a 12.3-inch touchscreen and a 12.3-inch digital gauge cluster, both standard. The 2020 BMW X6 gets Vernasca leather upholstery as standard. A massive panoramic sunroof is standard and is 83 percent bigger than the previous generation’s, while an illuminated Sky Lounge glass roof is an option. The three-across rear bench can be folded with a 40/20/40 split, and BMW says cargo space has also been slightly increased. Headroom has barely changed, and there is slightest bit more legroom than before.The optional features include multifunction seats with massage function for driver and front passenger, four-zone automatic climate control, thermoelectric cup holders, glass applications for selected controls, the Bowers & Wilkins Diamond + 3D Surround Sound System and the Ambient Air interior fragrancing package.
The 2020 BMW X6 is powered by a four powerful engines. The most-powerful X6 M50i model gets BMW’s twin-turbocharged 4.4-litre V8 engine, which churns out 530 HP (390 kW) and 750 Nm of torque, an increase of 78 HP (58 kW) and 74 lb-ft (100 Nm) over its predecessor. It takes the X6 M50i just 4.2 seconds to hit 100 Km/hr, and its top speed is limited to 249 Km/hr. The MSport Line is also joined by a X6 M50d straight-six diesel engine which churns out 400 HP (294 kW). The xDrive40i is powered by a 3.0-litre straight-six petrol engine which churns out 340 HP. While, xDrive30d is a smaller Diesel engine churns out 265 HP.
The 2020 BMW X6 competes with Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe, Audi Q8 and Porsche Cayenne Coupe. The 2020 BMW X6 is will be launched in India by the mid 2020 while, the new X6 will be launched in global markets by November 2019.
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