Posts Tagged ‘bmw x6 m tuning’

Inside Performance BMW X6 M Tuning Kit

Saturday, May 4th, 2013:

Here we have a new package from the guys at Inside Performance for the BMW X6 M. This fast and flashy SUV has been called the “Stealth” project by the tuners, however nothing about this exterior appears stealth to us. With the pixel camouflage theme used to mimic jet fighters and other flying vehicles, the color combination is out of place since this car will only be flying on the Autobahn.

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Expression Motorsport BMW X6 M

Thursday, March 4th, 2010:

Expression Motorsport BMW X6 M

Here we have the new BMW X6 M released by Expression Motorsport, featuring a wide body kit to differentiate this X6 from those of a more traditional variety. This BMW SUV received a new front bumper, LED indicators, directional fog lights, lightweight side skirts, rear bumper, carbon fiber diffuser, and a F1 brake light. Expression Motorsport will also supply dual exhaust pipes for those that do not own the X6 M model. Extra car tuning to the new BMW X6M includes the custom fender flares to fit the larger wheels.

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Lumma BMW X6 CLR X650 M

Thursday, February 11th, 2010:

Lumma BMW X6 CLR X650 M

Lumma Design has released these images of the BMW X6 CLR X650 M that will be displayed at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Based off the BMW X6 M, the new CLR X650 features a full body kit with new front and rear bumpers, black grille, side skirts, large rear spoiler, rear diffuser, and extended fender flares. Underneath the so-called wide body kit are huge 23-inch wheels from Lumma Design. In the engine bay the tuning company performed some customizations to the BMW X6 CLR X650 M.

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G-Power BMW X5 M and X6 M

Wednesday, January 13th, 2010:

G-POWER X6 M Typhoon

The German based tuners G-Power have released the ultimate performance package for the all new BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M models. Based off the G-Power Typhoon wide-body kit, the tuning company redesigned this aero kit to render 15 percent more cooling efficiency. From the factory the BMW X5 M and X6 M carry the 4.4-liter V8 bi-turbo engine, and the performance was increased 45 hp to a total of 600 horsepower. Starting at the front is the main attraction that can’t be overlooked, the front skirt made entirely of carbon fiber. Replacing the stock front body parts all together, the new air inlets in the bumper give the SUV an aggressive look.

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