The sDrive40i and xDrive40i can be optioned with one of two packages, which will determine the look of the car. By default X6's come with the xLine, which gives the vehicle a rugged, off-road like appearance. By contrast, opting for the M Sport appearance line gives owners body-colored fender flares, a sportier front fascia, lower suspension a sport exhaust, an M steering wheel and more aggressive wheels.
Standard features on the base sDrive40i include heated front seats, a moonroof, Apple CarPlay, Comfort Access keyless entry, a digital instrument cluster, a 12.3-inch digital display in the center console and BMW's Active Driving Assistant which includes blind spot detection, lane departure warning, rear, frontal and pedestrian warning systems, cross-traffic alert and speed limit information. For drivers who want even more convenience, a more advanced Driving Assistance Professional Package includes an active cruise control system with stop and go tech as well as a lane keeping assistant which will keep the vehicle in its lane on the highway without any steering interference.
The top of the line M50i trim comes with 20-inch wheels, Vernasca Leather upholstery, a 464-watt Harman/Kardon sound system, 20-way power adjustable front seats, 4-zone climate control, wireless charging and a Wifi Hotspot. There is no xLine available on the M50i as all versions of the vehicle look lower and sportier thanks to more aggressive suspension settings and body colored fender flares.