BMW is giving the X6 Sports Activity Coupe a much needed facelift. The X6 was launched over three years ago and since then the company has sold over 20,000 in the United States alone while selling 150,000 in global markets which only goes to show how successful this model has been for the company.
While it isn’t much of a huge redesign there have been selective and subtle changes made to give the BMW X6 a more enhanced look and appeal. We’re a bit relieved that the X6 didn’t get totally redesign since it’s already such an expressive looking vehicle – so… if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
So where are the main design changes? Look closely and you’ll see minor modifications to the front headlamps, fog lamps, a slightly redesigned grille bars, optional LED headlamps with 3D shaped luminous rings (standard on X6 M). There are also new rear lights with LED technology. The BMW X6 M Sport Package adds 20-inch M light alloy wheels, BMW Individual high-gloss Shadow Line, black surrounds for the fog lights and M door sill cover strips, sports seats with electrical adjustment and memory function, M-specific Alcantara/Nappa leather combination in black with M-style welt and contrast stitching, M leather steering wheel with shift paddles, M driver footrest, stainless steel pedals, interior strips in Aluminium Flywheel black and the BMW Individual roof liner in anthracite.
2013 X6 will come with a 3.0-liter twin turbocharged in line engine and 4.4-liter twin turbo V8 engine with M Performance Package. Buyers have to option of purchasing X6 with or without this M Performance Package where engine will be those offered on the 2013 model.
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