Enco BMW X6 Released

BMW X6 was created as a niche vehicle. In fact, BMW’s marketing department even invented a new segment for the car: Sports Activity Coupe. Just by taking a look at the vehicle, you understand that it is aimed at offering a special image. However, for some people the X6 isn’t so different from other SUVs. We are talking about tuners, who like to play with the German SAC, transforming it into a new animal.

Case in point with Enco Exclusive, which has just received a new body kit for the vehicle. The package comes with a pretty radical approach, but doesn't use elements that are too extreme and could bring the vehicle in an undesired design area.

The Enco BMW X6 comes with a redesigned front fascia that brings a new type of grille and houses LED daytime running lights. The car has also been fitted with wheel arch extensions and new side skirts that feature a bold, angular design. The doors also feature wide elements that are integrated with the skirts and the wheel arches.

The SAC has also been fitted with a modified rear bumper that houses a complex diffuser. The bumper integrates an interesting element, in the form of four high placed exhaust pipes. The car also uses a rear window spoiler.

The Enco BMW X6 comes dressed in a two-tone finish, using metallic silver and matte black. The vehicle rides on Jura aluminum lightweight alloy rims. These come in 23 inch size and are offered in a black finish.
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