BMW has revealed updated versions of its X5 and X6 SUVs.

The closely-related models – with the X5 being a conventional SUV and the X6 an SUV-coupe – get exterior design changes include a larger front grille, narrower headlights and redesigned tail lights.

Inside, there’s BMW’s Curved Display infotainment set-up, combining a 12.3in driver display and 14.9in infotainment screen behind a single glass surface.

The X5 is available as a plug-in hybrid, and this powertrain has been updated to deliver 96hp more than previously (now 490hp), while the model’s provisional electric-only driving range has been increased to 68 miles on the WLTP cycle.

All other powertrains – including a 380hp petrol with the X6, and a 298hp diesel and 530hp petrol with both the X5 and X6 – are now equipped with mild hybrid technology. Despite this, all but the plug-in hybrid fall into the top 37% company car tax BIK band due to their CO2 emissions.

X5 prices start at £66,230 for the diesel, £78,360 for the plug-in hybrid, and £87,210 for the 530hp petrol, while X6 prices start at £72,430 for the diesel, £73,600 for the 380hp petrol, and £89,910 for the 530hp petrol.

Both models are available to order now, with the UK market launch scheduled for April.