2020 BMW X6 INTERIOR. BMW has launched the third-generation BMW X6 for the 2020 model year, with the popular coupe-SUV getting a new front end, more interior space and features and a RWD model.
While lower than its predecessor, the 2020 BMW X6 is longer and wider, giving it a more coupe-like appearance as well as more interior space.
L-shaped LED taillights ape those on the new 8 Series, while inside the panoramic glass roof is significantly bigger. Like the X7, the new X6 gets a pair of 12.3-inch touchscreens while ambient lighting comes as standard.
Power comes from two engine options. The RWD sDrive 40i and AWD xDrive 40i both use a 3.0-liter inline-six rated at 335 horsepower and 330 lb-ft of torque (33 hp and 35 lb-ft more than before), mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission. 0-60 mph is clocked at 5.2 and 5.3 seconds, respectively.
The range-topping xDrive M50i utilizes a 4.4-liter turbocharged V8 that sends 523 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque o all four wheels via an 8-speed automatic. O-60 mph takes 4.1 seconds, reaching 155 mph when equipped with high-performance summer tires (and 130 mph without).
A suite of handling packages and driver aids, including height-adjusting and self-leveling air suspension, and a new Back-Up Assistant, will make optioning the new car interesting when it goes on sale in November. And when it does, BMW’s so-called Sports Activity Coupe will start at $64,300, with the 2020 BMW X6 M50i starting from a cool $85,650.
BMW product planners are geniuses. It all began over a dozen years ago when they were strategizing on how best to take advantage of a growing demand for SUV crossovers, especially in North America. Both the X3 and X5 were already on sale and highly successful, but what else could be done? The market for a large three-row SUV wasn’t quite there, a slot that today is occupied by the all-new X7. Americans, in particular, didn’t want a vehicle too small, so the X1 was ruled out. Was there something missing? Say a cross between a sporty coupe and an SUV? Turns out there was.
Beginning with the second generation X5’s platform, BMW dug thru its part bin, and came up with a new body design, and voila! The first generation X6 was born and it was a massive success from day one. Its second-gen successor continued that trend and now the all-new 2020 BMW X6 has arrived. The third generation model picks up right where its predecessor left off and is, like always, based on the impressive new X5.
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