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The third-generation X6 was unveiled on 3 July 2019 and sports more aggressive bodywork including an angular grille which can be illuminated as an option for the first time on a BMW. An M50i performance model is also new, replacing the xDrive50i model. The headlights mirror those on the X5, but the bumper designs and taillights are unique to the X6. Inside, a panoramic roof is standard, and 83 percent larger than the previous X6's. Sales began in November 2019. The X6 M (F96) and X6 M Competition performance models were revealed on 1 October 2019.

Development and launch The G06 X6 is based on the CLAR platform and features a double wishbone front suspension and five-link rear suspension. Compared to its predecessor, it is 26 mm (1.0 in) longer, 15 mm (0.6 in) wider, and 6 mm (0.2 in) lower. The boot capacity is 580 litres (20 cu ft) and 1,530 litres (54 cu ft) liters with the 40:40:40 split seats lowered. All G06 X6 models adhere to the Euro 6d-Temp emissions standard. At the 2019 Frankfurt Motor Show BMW unveiled a G06 with Vantablack paint. However BMW does not plan on producing the color on production models. 2024 X6 LCI (Life Cycle Impulse) The new X6 has a revised front grille and bumper, with significant headlight changes, but minor taillight changes, and it also receives new wheels for 2024. The new X6 also receives Highway Assistant, also seen in the G70 7 Series and the facelifted G05 X5.

Awards In January 2021, the X6 xDrive30d M Sport was named Coupé SUV of the Year by What Car? magazine. What Car? awarded the X6 four stars out of five in its review of the car. Equipment In the initial release, the G06 X6 was available in xLine or M Sport trim. xLine models featured 19-inch wheels, chrome trim, and underbody protection. M Sport models featured gloss black trim, M Sport styling, M Sport Suspension, and M Sport brakes. M50i and M50d models also featured an M Sport exhaust and an electronically controlled limited slip differential. All models featured LED headlights, welcome light carpet, and iDrive 7.0 with two 12.3-inch displays and the BMW personal digital assistant. Optional equipment included indicators, laser headlights, an illuminated kidney grille, heated and cooled cupholders, and air suspension which can be raised or lowered by 80 mm (3.1 in) and can be configured with snow, sand, gravel, or rock terrain modes. The G06 X6 could also be optioned with Reverse Assistant, which memorises the last 50 meters travelled and can automatically reverse in that path. 30-40 models with the M Sport trim and M50 Models could be fitted with M Performance Parts. These included a carbon fibre spoiler, M rims, a sport steering wheel, a carbon fibre kidney grille, carbon fibre mirrors and carbon fibre side skirts. Full M specific M Performance Parts could be fitted to all X6 M models. These included carbon fibre kidney grilles, a carbon fibre diffuser, a carbon fibre spoiler and a sport steering wheel. The updated G06 X6 became available in March 2023. M Sport trim became standard equipment. Exterior changes included revised grille, headlights, and taillights. The new BMW Curved Display with BMW Operating System 8 was introduced in the cockpit. New engines were introduced in xDrive30d, xDrive40i, and M60i models. BMW X6 M (non-Competition) model was dropped.

Petrol engines Model Years Engine Power Torque 0–100 km/h (0–62 mph) X6 xDrive40i 2019–2023 3.0 L B58 straight-6 turbo 250 kW (335 hp) at 5,500–6,500 rpm 450 N⋅m (332 lb⋅ft) at 1,500–5,200 rpm 5.5 s 2023– 280 kW (375 hp) at 5,200–6,250 rpm 540 N⋅m (398 lb

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