One of the few Munich world premieres at the 2019 IAA is the new BMW X6 G06. The third-generation of the SUV coupe, unlike most of the other innovations in Hall 11, has not yet been seen at the NextGen event at the BMW Welt. Therefore, the BMW X6 M50i attracts some visitors in Frankfurt.

As on the launch photos we see the BMW X6 M50i in the eye-catching Manhattan Metallic, which some of you might recognize from the BMW Concept X7.

Matching the self-confident and extrovert appearance of the BMW X6 is also the drive of the vehicle. In the case, the BMW X6 M50i gets a 4.4 liter twin-turbocharged V8 that makes 530 hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. It’s the fastest of the bunch to 60 mph, doing it in 4.3 seconds, but also the thirstiest, netting 10.7 – 10.4 l/100 km (26.4 – 27.2 mpg imp).

Both M Performance models — the BMW X6 M50i and M50d — will get an M Sport Exhaust as standard kit but it will be optional on other models. Also, M Performance models get an electronically-controlled limited-slip rear differential as-standard.

In the US, MSRP pricing starts at $64,300 for the new 2020 X6 sDrive40i, $66,600 for the X6 xDrive40i and $85,650 for the X6 M50i. Pricing does not include $995 Destination.

X6 xDrive30d: 265 PS | 620 Nm | 6,5 s | 230 km/h | 6,1-6,6 l/100 km
X6 xDrive40i: 340 PS | 450 Nm | 5,5 s | 250 km/h | 8,o-8,6 l/100 km
X6 M50d: 400 PS | 760 Nm | 5,2 s | 250 km/h | 6,9-7,2 l/100 km
X6 M50i: 530 PS | 750 Nm | 4,3 s | 250 km/h | 10,4-10,7 l/100 km