Stanced 2020 BMW X6 M Is Full Fat Material, Has Wide Rear Arches

Stanced 2020 BMW X6 M rendering 1 photo
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BMW Motorsport engineers have done their best to come up with an uber-aggressive setup for the 2020 X6 M, obviously with the machine still having to cater to the family man's transportation needs. Of course, no machine can be considered badass enough for the world wide web and that's how we end up with renderings like the one sitting before us.
This pixel play takes the 2020 BMW X6 M Competition and dials things up a notch, even though it makes use of subtle tweaks rather than throwing in an aggressive widebody kit, as is the norm on social media these days - here's an example as good as any.

For the record, the vehicle you'll find in the showroom talks to the road via 21-inch wheels with 295/35 R 21 tires up front and 22-inch wheels shod in 315/30 R22 rubber at the rear.

Now, the numbers above are enough even for a supercar, but, if we compare the looks of the actual vehicle to the rendering in the Instagram post below, you'll notice the latter comes with considerably beefier tires.

And while the front wheels simply appear to add some width to the 625 hp monster, the rear wheel arches seem to be slightly larger compared to those of the production model.

Basically, we can talk about the virtual build we have here as a concept that belongs to the OEM-Plus genre, since the stock lines of the X6 M are slightly accentuated.

It's no secret that, with the new BMW X6 M being less than a month old, it's still a bit early to talk about modded incarnations of the Sports Activity Vehicle. Then again, with the badge having only grown in popularity over the years, there will undoubtedly be plenty of aftermarket developers coming up with various kits for the machine, so you can consider this a preview.

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