Following the debut of the 2015 BMW X6, the Munich-based automaker released pictures of the M Sport version–but hold your horses, ‘cuz it ain’t the full-fledge X6 M.
What it turns to be is a standard X6 with M-branded appointments in the form of a typical package. It includes the usual mixture of M-like upgrades such as a more streamlined and aggressive bodywork, larger wheels, matte-black trims and fittings, chrome exhaust gates, and body color-matching wheel arches.
M-Adaptive Suspension is standard as is high-quality leather and Alcantara sport seats on the inside, with matching trimmings and steering-wheel, metallic kick-plates with the branded M-logo, and more.
The package can be had with all engine versions of the X6: the usual 3.0L TwinPower Turbo straight-six gasser with 300hp and 300 lb-ft of torque as well as the larger 4.4L TwinPower Turbo V8 with 444hp and 479 lb-ft of torque.