SPIED: 2021 BMW X6 M Interior Exposed

BMW X6 M, Spy Photos | February 21st, 2019 by 13
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While we patiently (or, rather impatiently) wait for the upcoming BMW X6 to make its official debut, some spy photos have recently surfaced, showing off its interior (we don’t own them but see them here). Even though BMW hasn’t even revealed the next-gen X6, it’s not hard to imagine what that’s going to be like, considering it’s going to be extremely similar to the new X5. However, there’s very little we know about the upcoming BMW X6 M.

In these new photos, we get to see both its exterior and interior but it’s the latter we really want to talk about. The cabin of the new BMW X6 M features a couple of new design details that should excite the nerdy fanbase, including myself.

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Standard BMW X6 caught in camouflage

One of the new details seen on the inside of the BMW X6 M is the seat design. The seat backs features a two-tone hexagonal design reminiscent of modern Lamborghinis. They look really good, actually, and that design makes the cabin seem more special than just a standard X6. Another interesting new design element is the shift lever. It’s much different than the one seen on the BMW M5, X3 M and X4 M. It features some leather on top, with the “M” logo embossed in it, and there’s also a hollow section toward the bottom. It’s much better looking than the Transformer’s Leg design of the M5’s shift lever.

I can’t tell you why or how I know this but I will tell you that the cabin of the upcoming BMW X6 M is going to look and feel very special. That shift lever is also much nicer than the current crop of BMWs’. So just be prepared for the next-gen X5 and X6 M to be much more special than the cars they replace. Trust me…

[Source: Motor1]

13 responses to “SPIED: 2021 BMW X6 M Interior Exposed”

  1. Central Lifestyle says:

    The interior surpasses what’s available in X3M/X4M, by quite a bit much.
    Hearing BMW plan to begin X3/X4 dashboard layout update just after August/September this year, and this would include X3M/X4M as well. Buyers who receive theirs before August will receive cars with the “dated” layout as shown in launch media.
    Wise move might be to wait till end of year and see what’s what.

    • Alexander S says:

      I doubt that they will change dashboard: 1) too early for LCI 2) too radical for LCI

      • Central Lifestyle says:

        Doesn’t matter. Will be updated. Even upcoming 1 series and 2GC, both unveiling later this year, will debut with latest dashboard layout. X3/X4 are lined up for dashboard update this year. Word going round my circles say it’s from August/September but waiting for Horatiu/BMWBLOG to confirm.

        • Jt88 says:

          The 5 series also needs the latest dashboard

          • Central Lifestyle says:

            Definitely does. 6GT as well. They’ll all get latest dashboard, makes business sense to move them all to new layout. And competitors (MB, Porsche, Audi, Tesla etc) have updated/are planning to update, within next few months, their competitor cars.

          • Jt88 says:

            Exactly this would be a smart move for BMW to do

      • Joshua Stein says:

        Agree, it’ll likely be similar to the new 7 series and just recieve iDrive 7.0 and new Digital Gauges, no actual new design.

    • Jt88 says:

      Are you sure that will be very nice if they actually do

  2. Alexander S says:

    Interesting how they changed M gear shifter…Is this gonna be exclusive just for X5/6M?…..

  3. Icebreakerr says:

    the first pic in this article is a x4m

  4. Icebreakerr says:

    i prefer the crystal glass

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