2025 BMW X6: What mid-cycle refresh will bring

The official news from BMW suggests that a new generation of X6 is expected at the end of 2028, so 2025 will likely be a mid-cycle refresh. X6 will continue to run on a CLAR platform, which means it will support a variety of powertrains. That means that the new 2025 BMW X6 will come with a gasoline powertrain. The hybrid model will also be available. And we expect the X6 in a fully electric variant.

The X6 Future has unique styling, and the most unique part of that design was the unique sloped roof that offers this crossover ultimate sporty styling. Also, that is the biggest downside of this SUV because it offers less space on the back than its rivals.

The biggest changes we can expect for the upcoming 2025 BMW X6 will probably happen in the cockpit, and that will include a redesigned interior with a new infotainment system.

2025 BMW X6

2025 BMW X6 Interior

The interior that we will find in the new X6 will get an updated look with updated tech features. But as we mentioned before, the biggest change will include a new dual 13-inch digital display. One of which the driver will use as an instrument gauge, and one will be used for the entertainment system. Both displays will get updated car software that will include more software options for drivers and their passengers.

The interior will not change much. It will be a high-class material that is made of premium materials.
The 2025 model will use updated seats from a previous model. That means the seats will be made of premium leather materials with options for heating and venting.
Some of the standard equipment that is worth mentioning will be the head-up display, wireless charging pad, and sunroof.

Also, the safety technology will be up-to-date. The standard safety features will include. Collision warning and an automatic braking system. Blind-spot monitoring with rear cross-traffic alert The standard equipment will include adaptive cruise control with intelligent stop-and-go technology.

2025 BMW X6

2025 BMW X6 Specifications

The base trim will be called 40i, and it will come with a turbocharged 3.0-liter engine that will be paired with a 48-volt small electric motor. Through an 8-speed automatic gearbox, it will deliver up to 385 horsepower on all four wheels. The M60i will have a 4.4-liter V8 powertrain that will deliver 540 horsepower with an impressive 553 pounds of torque. This all-wheel drive will help this sporty SUV go from 0 to 60 in 3.7 seconds.
The towing capacity for this model will be limited to 7200 pounds. And that will be reserved for models with a V8 powertrain under the hood. The models with a less potent V6 will have up to 5500 pounds of maximum towing capacity.

The most fuel-efficient model will be the X40i, which will be around 25 MPG in a combined drive. The M60i will have 22 MPG in combined drive, and the X6 M Competition will archive 17 MPG.

2025 BMW X6 M Competition

This will be the ultimate trim package for the upcoming 2025 BMW X6. The M Competition model will update the exterior design with sporty details, including a more aggressive grilled design and more sporty headlights. But changes will not stop here. The front bumper will get a more aerodynamic look, including big holes for brakes and engine cooling. Also, the rear end will receive a styling update, including the rear bumper, which will receive the same treatment as the front one. The side of the SUV will remain the same, but we will find new 21-inch premium M rims that will be wrapped in high-performance tires.

But the main change will happen under the hood of this ultimate sports SUV. This model will get a charger V8 engine that will have the same displacement as that we find on an M60i model, but this time he will produce around 640 horsepower.
On this model, we will find adaptive sporty suspension that will offer a stiff ride that will help this model go around the corners faster. Also, the transmission will be adapted for a sportier ride and faster shifting.

2025 BMW X6

Price and Release Date

The starting price of the 2025 BMW X6 M is expected to start at $76.000 for the base model and go up to $94.000 for the M60i. The M Competition starting price will be around $115.000.

The release date is not yet officially known, but according to our sources, we expect to see a new model of the X6 at the end of 2024.

The competition for this model will include a Porsche Cayenne that will offer sportier rides and more potent engine options at the base price. But the BMW X6 will be cheaper by a few grants.

The one more interesting competitor is the Genesis GV80. Which will come with a better-equipped interior but will lack performance and handling like BMW and Porsche.

Here you can read more about upcoming 2025 BMW X5.



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