Today BMW announced the 2015 X6, which will begin the second generation for the Sports Activity Coupe, a term coined by the German car manufacturer. The new X6 will continue to use BMW's xDrive, the intelligent all-wheel drive system, and will also add the model's first rear-wheel drive option in the X6 sDrive35i.
The sDrive35i will feature a 300-horsepower TwinPower Turbo inline-six, while the xDrive35i and xDrive50i get the boosted 445-horsepower TwinPower Turbo 4.4-liter V8. That's a big leap from last year's xDrive35i, which only boasted 300 horsepower on a 3.0-liter inline-six.
Design-wise we don't see as drastic of a change, but the edges are cut much sharper than before. The new appearance, along with the increased performance, show BMW wants the X6 to be more aggressive going forward.