BMW X6M Sexed Up by Vorsteiner

Tuning company Vorsteiner released a preview of their aerodynamics package for the BMW X6M, which will become available this summer. The parts are made of resin pre-impregnated, vacuum-formed carbon fiber autoclave system which reportedly means they are up to 30 percent stronger than the wet-lay products.

The new aerodynamics kit from Vorsteiner comprises an add-on front spoiler, a vented hood, a roof spoiler, a deck lid spoiler and a rear diffuser, all made of carbon fiber.

The new add-on front spoiler outlines the front center grill in carbon fiber, complementing the aggressive fascia of the X6M, while the vented hood is 40 percent lighter than on the standard vehicle. Moreover, the roof spoiler further adds to the vehicle’s elegant yet sporty appearance, underlining the roof and rear windshield while improving airflow over the top and behind the vehicle.

The roof spoiler and the deck lid work togeter to direct a high-pressure air stream along the rear end of the vehicle. Furthermore, the newly designed rear diffuser emphasizes the shape of the rear bumper and exhaust while showcasing race-inspired diffuser fins that flows into the under carriage of the vehicle.

Creating the visual and physical connection to the road are Vorsteiner’s one-piece forged V-102 Wheels in 23 inches in a Satin Brushed Aluminum finish shoed with Michelin Tires.

As you may know by now, Vorsteiner is not into performance tuning and keeps doing what it knows best: making the cars look good. However, for some extra power, BMW X6M owners could go for the latest offering from the Nowack Motors tuner. The N700 4.8, a 715 hp and 623 lb-ft (845 Nm) powerplant might just be what they need to complete the job.
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