From November, the third generation of the BMW X6 will come to the segment of Sports Activity Coupés (SAC) with a new design and also a new series of M Performance Parts. The crossover coupe can now be enhanced with a large number of M Performance Exterior Carbon Fiber components.

Manufactured by hand and sealed with a clear finish, the components are given a high-gloss polish for an impressive depth effect. The components feature a honeycomb structure for a unique look.

At the front, the BMW X6 gets a carbon fiber M Performance grille, while the bumper now features the carbon fiber M Performance side sill inserts. In the back, the BMW X6 features a carbon fiber trunk lip, while the sides sport a black and grey strip with M Performance inscription.

There are also M Performance side sill inserts for that additional sporty flair.

The M Performance brake system installed in the BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M as standard is optionally available for the BMW X6. Thanks to its larger, inner-vented and perforated lightweight construction brake discs, it offers further improved braking response, optimized deceleration even under extreme conditions as well as maximum resilience.

The brake calipers finished in red are also a visual highlight which stand out especially in combination with open wheel designs.

The 22 inch M Performance light alloy wheel Star Spoke Styling 749 M, available in either burnished Jet Black and matte black for the BMW X6 for example, combines physical lightness with extraordinary design and sporty performance.

The cabin has not been forgotten either. An M Performance steering wheel is wrapped in alcantara and includes a red centre marking and the silver-grey, hand-sewn cross-stitch. The M Performance steering wheel is also available with M Performance steering wheel trim in carbon fiber with M Performance inscription and alcantara insert.

To match this, the shift paddles can also be selected in an M Performance finish featuring carbon fabric instead of the standard chrome surface.

The market launch of the new BMW X6 G06 is scheduled for November with test drives taking place just shortly before.