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Small Tweaks Make A Big Difference In The All-New BMW X6 Series

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Critics of the BMW X6 saw it more like a Sports Activity Vehicle than the SUV it was meant to be. To a good extent, they might have been right.

The BMW X6 did away with most offings that make a utility vehicle great and focused more on becoming a sportier, cosmetic, and appearance-oriented car. The aim and focus here were to tweak the vehicle’s personality and overall experience.

Several years down the line and now into its third generation, the BMW X6 is proving that it had a point to make right from the beginning. It became the trailblazer and several competitors have launched machines with similar functionalities.

For 2020, the X6 comes in as an all-new refreshed car. This is emphasized in the bolder design that has seen the new model grown significantly in size. It is precisely an inch longer and 0.6 inches wider than the older version predecessor.

BMW characteristic kidney grille can now be had as an illuminated, ultra-slim outfit. The taillights are also longer. The roofline has remained characteristically stylish and in line with BMW’s traditional loom.

The gifted car also brings different trims in the name of the sDrive40i and xDrive40i. The cabin too gets a makeover with improved materials while retaining the same sleek design as the X5. To place the icing firmly atop this hefty machine, BMW incorporates is Live Cockpit Professional, making a desirable update to the interior.

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