Either way, a 150kW/320Nm 2.0-litre turbo-petrol four-cylinder engine is standard fit in the H6 alongside a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, although a 179kW/530Nm ‘self-charging’ hybrid powertrain option will become available in early 2022.
So, what separates the Vanta from the Ultra? Well, two things: a black grille insert and black 19-inch alloy wheels, which are an inch larger than what the rest of the H6 line-up gets.
For reference, standard equipment in the Premium includes LED lights, a 10.25-inch touchscreen multimedia system, Apple CarPlay support, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster and cloth upholstery.
Advanced driver-assist systems extend to autonomous emergency braking (with pedestrian and cyclist detection), lane-keep assist, blind-spot monitoring, traffic sign recognition, driver fatigue monitoring, a reversing camera and rear parking sensors.
The Lux adds roof rails, heated front seats (including six-way driver power adjustment), dual-zone climate control, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, Comfortek artificial leather upholstery, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, adaptive cruise control (with stop and go functionality) and surround-view cameras.
Meanwhile, the Ultra also picks up a power tailgate, a panoramic sunroof, a 12.3-inch touchscreen multimedia system, a head-up display, wireless smartphone charging, a heated steering wheel, cooled front seats (including four-way passenger power adjustment), active rear cross-traffic alert and park assist.