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02/17/2010    8:30 PM

Manhart has announced its 3-stage supercharger tuning program for the BMW M3, good for up to 655 HP, 0-100km/hr in 3.7 seconds, and a top speed of 350km/h. Also detailed is Manhart’s tuning program for the X5M and X6M. Full details and photos inside.

02/03/2010    3:00 PM

Lumma didnt stop at just tuning the regular X6 (with their CLR X650 GT), but has now taken on the X6M! The result is the Lumma CLR X650 M which features a similar bodykit as the GT, but gets a nearly 100hp power bump (from 555hp/680nm to 650hp/830nm)! 0-62 is achieved in 4.5 seconds with a 194mph top speed. The CLR X650M will debut at the 2010 Geneva Auto Salon in March.

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01/29/2010    10:00 AM

Details are still short on Hamanns website but heres what they are saying:

HM 670 for the new BMW X6 M670 hp / 493 kW
Max. torque 850 NM @ 1500 – 5650 rpm
Top Speed 300 km/h

12/27/2009    4:00 PM

This X6 M labled “Rensson” was recently spotted on the streets of London. It shows off a new sculpted hood with two inlets and a front bumper with built-in LED lights. The sides get add-on flared arches, allowing for larger and wider wheels, and the rear gets rounded exhaust tips. The blacked out-tinted look finishes off the aggressive styling.

12/11/2009    5:04 PM

The X6M and X5M already come with prodigious power and aggressive styling but G-Power couldnt resist tweaking some more. The result are "Typhoon" versions of each that boasts 600hp and able to hit speeds of over 300 km/h!

G-POWER X5 M and X6 M TYPHOON with 600 hp and over 300 km/h V/max

The new G-POWER equipment package for the BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M is available! As soon as the two models based on the M-series have been delivered to its first customers, G-POWER already offers an entire refining kit for the BMW X5 M und X6 M an. Availability? Immediately!

Derived from the G-POWER Widebody-Kit TYPHOON, G-POWER … CONTINUED