High-powered ugly is still ugly.
Having finally revealed the BMW M3 and M4, the carmaker's M division turned its attention to the high-performance variant of the BMW X6, which was recently spied in prototype guise. Compared to the stock crossover, the X6 M sports bigger air intakes, massive wheels and brakes, and a quad exhaust. There's also a small rear spoiler, deeper side sills and M twin-bar kidney grille with black-painted bars. With production of the new X6 to start next August, expect the new BMW X6 M to be rolled out in 2015.