The first-generation BMW X6 debuted for the 2009 model year, and has grown a bit with this complete redesign. Built in South Carolina, the X6 is referred to as a Sports Activity Coupe by BMW, but it'll be making its public debut at the Moscow motor show in August of this year, going on sale worldwide a couple months later.
The new model is not dramatically different from the one it replaces, and the entry-level versions are expected to start at around $61,000 in the U.S. They're also expected to face some competition in the form of a production version of the Mercedes-Benz Concept Coupe SUV which tracks the overall shape of the X6 pretty closely. It appears that German automakers are not giving up on this segment, even though marque purists have been skeptical of the potential for positive effect on the BMW brand.
Pricing for the base X6 and the Individual versions will be announced closer to the crossover's U.S. market launch at the end of the year.