Our spy photographers have spotted the G06 BMW X6 again, and this time, we get to peek inside the cabin of the new Sports Activity Coupe (SAC). The X6 is aimed at customers who want something that looks a little sportier than the existing G05 X5, and will rival against the next iteration of the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe.

Unsurprisingly, the interior of the new X6 is largely similar to the X5, featuring the same dashboard, door panels, centre console and HVAC controls as the Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV). Even the dual-screen setup of the BMW Live Cockpit Professional appears to be carried over wholesale from the X5.

As for the exterior, it’s pretty much the same as what we’ve seen on other camouflaged development prototypes. The redesigned X6 will come with larger kidney grilles up front, which are joined by new headlamps that appear to be BMW Laserlight units on this particular example, as the blue tinge within the clusters suggest.

The side profile of the X6 continues to carry a rakish roofline as before, which leads to a small boot lip spoiler on the tailgate. Other returning cues include prominent wheel arches and the windows retain their four-section layout.

At the rear, the X6 looks similar to the G02 X4, with the number plate being positioned further down than before. This is to provide space for the slim, three-dimensional L-shaped taillights, which extend into the tailgate towards a centre-mounted BMW logo.

The X6 should get the same engine options as the X5, including a mix of petrol and diesel engines with either six or eight cylinders. A high-performance M version is also on the way, with a 4.4 litre turbocharged V8 from the F90 M5 said to be the powerplant of choice.