Returning to the styling cues we've seen in the leaked photos (you can find the one showcasing the X6 M at the bottom of the page), the German automotive producer could be preparing a slight upmarket move for the X6, be it an M version or not. For instance, the taillights of the SUV-Coupe features styling cues borrowed from the new 8 Series.
Then again, with the sloping roof line crossover market now being richer than ever (for instance, Porsche has recently introduced the Cayenne Coupe), it's no wonder than BMW aims to step up its game.
Returning to the 2020 X6 M and X5 M, these will come in two flavors, namely the standard one, if I may call it so and the Competition trim - the 2019 X3 M and X4 M have proven that the carmaker's Competition badge can be applied to SUVs.
Expect the X6 M Competition to deliver at least the 625 horsepower of the BMW M5 Competition, while the non-C model should allow the driver to play with 600 ponies.
As far as the aural side of the adventure is concerned, the Germans are expected to work on the speaker augmentation system, all with the aim of giving that 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 a meatier voice from the occupant's perspective.
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