AC Schnitzer has debuted the ACS X6M at the AutomodEx Tuner Show in Dubai. Currently, they are only showcasing the cosmetic aero kit, but have plans for engine tuning as well. The centerpiece of the aero parts is the hood, which contains a see through window allowing a view of the engine (as seen on other cars such as Corvette ZR1, Ferraris, and Lamborghinis). Other parts include full bumper and fender replacements, sideskirts, 22″ wheels, rear diffuser, and rear wing.
The X6M seems to be the current vehicle of tuning choice for several notable tuners. At the 2010 Geneva show, Lumma has debuted their CLR X 650 M, a visually and mechanically upgraded version of the X6M. The cosmetic upgrades are obvious, but underneath the hood, the power has been bumped to 650ps.
Austrailian magazine CarAdvice reviews the X6M and at the same time previews their full road test. Great pictures of the car in action accompany the short article which is itself a good read:
As xbimmers members take delivery of their X5M / X6M, we are finally seeing what Sakhir Orange, a new interior color, looks like. It’s a gorgeous red-orange color as you can see and looks great against the carbon leather trim.
Here’s our first reported X6 M delivery! Xbimmers member rleestma shares impressions, videos, and photos of his 555hp monster. This was quite an upgrade from his X5.
Here are some snippets from rleestma’s impressions (full details INSIDE)
Power – It was posted that the power was not that different than an X5, I couldn’t disagree more…
Suspension – My X5 seemed to give the rider more of the impression that they were “in between the wheels”, whereas the X6 M is quite springy right now…
Seats – The seats are not as comfortable as the sport seats I had in my X5…
Technology – Sick. Just sick. Anything you could ever want…
Looks – … CONTINUED
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BMW has been kind enough to put online the official catalogue for the X6M and the X5M. I personally love the photography on these catalogues, that alone makes it worth the download in my opinion
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