The new X6 has a few notable features on its facelift, such as new front bumpers and a new position for the crossover’s fog lights. The BMW X6’s facelift will also include a redesign of the rear fascia to include LED daytime running lights, along with new lower air intakes on the front-end.
In terms of power, the European-spec BMW X6 will receive the xDrive50d diesel motor. Possibly tri-turbocharged, the new 3.0-liter diesel will put out around 400hp. The M version’s twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter motor will stay the same on the new crossover, however the other engines available for the X6 will all be tweaked for better performance. In case you might not have heard, the ActiveHybrid variant has been shot down and won’t make its way to the X6.