Enco Exclusive, a German tuner, has released its BMW X6 aero kit package. It’s the first dual color X6 we have seen and is matched to new front and rear bumpers with integrated LED lights and exhaust cutouts, side skirts, widened fenders and rocker panels. Wheels are black 23″ JURA aluminum wheels, with time-attack style pinstripes. An aftermarket exhaust has also been fitted. However, this is purely a cosmetic enhancement kit and no performance upgrades are included.
Lumma has introduced its F10 5-series – the CLR 500 RS2, at the Mosow Motor Show. The CLR 500 RS2 boasts 380hp and extensive bodywork not meant for the timid. Its exterior features a matte black paint matched to carbon fiber hood, trunk spoiler, and rear bumper bits.
Truth be told, the matte paint look has begun to lose its luster with us (pun intended). Maybe it’s the rarely seen stripe on a BMW or maybe it’s just the great photography, but whatever it is, this unique matte black M3 has managed catch out attention.
Studie AG has a history of producing custom BMWs mimicking genuine BMW Motorsport race cars. Their latest project is converting the 2009 335i sedan to an endurance race car look, complete with Schubert carbon fiber widebody parts, BMW Motorsports sideskirts, Active Autowerke ECU, Arqray exhaust, and aFe’s intakes. Full list of modifications, details, and photos inside.
The full Arkym aero kit for the E92 M3 has been released, and featured on M3POST member Johnny Lin’s M3. Parts include the Arkym hood, front lip, rear diffuser, and trunk lid. Full set of photos inside.
WheelSTO shares the final chapter to their Japan tour, saving arguably the best for last – Studie AG headquarters in Yokohama. Studie AG has 5 shops all over Japan, but this is the mother of all Studie AG shops. Enough talk, hit up automotive aftermarket nirvana inside!
Hartge has posted new photos of its X1 (E84) fitted with its quad exhaust system, wheels, and Hartge striping.
Tuner G-Power has announced a World’s Fastest Sedan record with its E60 M5 G-Power Hurricane RR hitting a top speed of 231 mph (372 kmh), same top speed as the McLaren F1. The car achieved this with its 800hp / 590tq twin-supercharged V10 engine!
Motorsport24 has released two track versions of the E92 M3 – the M3 E92 Club Sport and M3 E92 Widebody. The former is a clubsport version fit for dual street / track use, while the E92 Widebody is intended for professional racing use. Full details and photos inside.
Lumma Tuning has released photos of its widebody BMW 760Li Individual. Most prominently, it features aggressively flared fender arches front and rear with cosmetic vents, aggressive rear bumper with diffuser, and carbon fiber grill and mirrors.