Tuned BMW X6 M - Lumma CLR X 650 M

German tuner Lumma is working on a complete tuning package for the BMW X6 M, which will be presented at the Geneva Auto Show.

Meanwhile, new pictures of the project have come “from Russia with love”, via the company’s Russian distributor, Topcar.

The full name of the car will be CLR X 650 M, and it will be fitted with an aggressive body kit. The front of the car features a redesigned bumper with huge air intakes and led daytime running lights accompanied by a pair of black nostrils. On the side of the car we find new side skirts and wider wheel arches. The rear of the SAV now features a diffuser (with three incorporated fins) and massive spoiler (or a discreet boot lip, depending on the version).

The car now rides on impressive 23 inch rims. A variety of models is expected to be offered by the tuning house.

On the tech side, the X6 M’s standard twin-turbo V8 engine is expected to receive a 95 HP and 150 Nm increase. Thus, the powerplant will deliver 650 HP and 830 Nm of torque. However, no further details about the power obtaining recipe have been disclosed. This figures give the former M a 0-100 km/h time of 4.5 seconds and top speed of 312 km/h (194 mph).

The car will be present at Luma's Geneva stand next to another premiere, the Porsche Panamera based CLR 700 GT.
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