Yesterday’s leaked photos made BMW officially unveil the second-generation X6. As you can see from the photos, the 2015 BMW X6 (F16) offers a front design similar to the one found on the 2014 BMW X5 (F15), featuring a long bonnet, x-shaped contour lines of the bumper, matt-silver underbody protection, the well-known kidney grille as well as the arrangement of the twin circular headlights and front foglamps.
As an option, the X6 (F16) is available with Adaptive LED headlights. From the side, we observe the air deflectors on the front wheel arches, Air Curtains integrated into the outer air intakes of the front apron as well as the Air Breathers in the side panel.
The vehicle also comes with a second swage line that sets out on a lower path, extending in e dynamic sweep into the rear lights. At the rear, there are L-shaped rear lights that create a striking effect at night, as well as a silver-coloured underbody protection just like in the front.
According to BMW, the 2015 X6 (F16) comes with a choice of two non-metallic and nine metallic colours, including the new Sparkling Storm brilliant effect and the Flamenco Red brilliant effect. As an option, BMW offers the aluminum footplates and roof rails in high-gloss black or Aluminum satinated finish.
BMW offers the new Design Pure Extravagance option for both the interior and exterior, that adds optical underbody protection elements in stainless steel for the front and rear apron, illuminated door sill strips and footplates in aluminum for the driver’s and front passenger’s door, kidney grille bars with a distinctive geometry, bespoke inserts and bars for the air intakes, distinctive trim for the Air Breathers on the front side panels and trim strip on the trailing edge of the tailgate and the exterior mirror caps.
On the side, the Design Pure Extravagance option adds B- and C-pillar trim in high-gloss black, aluminum surrounds in Cerium Grey for the side windows and exterior mirror caps. In addition, the Design Pure Extravagance option offers the 20-inch light-alloy wheels in V-spoke design and bi-colour finish.
For the interior, the Design Pure Extravagance option brings two similarly stylish variants sporting different colour schemes. This option centres around Exclusive Nappa leather trim with extended features, an equipment item that includes seat surfaces in the new Ivory White/Black or Cognac/Black bi-colour variants.