Pre-Geneva Reveal: LUMMA CLR X 650 M based on BMW X6 M

BMW X6 M, Featured Posts | March 1st, 2010 by 7
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World premiere in Geneva: LUMMA Design turns the BMW X6M into a thoroughbred sports car. CLR X 650 M – that is the name of …

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World premiere in Geneva: LUMMA Design turns the BMW X6M into a thoroughbred sports car.

CLR X 650 M – that is the name of the BMW X6M after it underwent a rejuvenation by LUMMA Design. Instead of the serial 555 hp (408 kW), the V8-engine now renders powerful 650 hp (478 kW). Also, LUMMA Design increases the maximum torque from 680 to breathtaking 830 Newton metres.

Thereby, the top speed rises to 312 kph. This enormous performance enhancement of the BMW is owed to the catalyst replacement pipes, the sports exhaust system and the adjusted engine electronics which LUMMA Design especially optimised for this automobile in elaborate tests. The matching sound for this newly gained power is rendered by the end muffler “Sportsound” with its four stainless steel end pipes measuring 100 millimetres in diameter.

  • BMW X6M turns into the CLR X 650 M
  • 650 hp and a top speed of 312 kph
  • Broad aerodynamics kit and an undercarriage lowered by 40 millimetres
  • Wheels Blackline Monoblock in 23 inches

Aerodynamics kit and undercarriage enhance the performance

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Matching the increased performance, the CLR X 650 M presents itself confidently with a broad aerodynamics kit. Already the new front skirt with the LED daytime running lights leaves no doubt for the bold appearance of the refined BMW. The wheel house extensions and the side skirt confirm the dynamic look which is further enhanced by 40 millimetre lowered undercarriage. The rear skirt, the boot lid top and the rear spoiler lip render a harmonious transformation. The great attention to detail used by the designers from Winterlingen in Germany, shows in a wide range of refinement, such as lateral indicator covers or the varnished sports-look carbon bonnet. Also the headlight blinds and the shaded rear light set contribute to the dynamic appearance.


For ideal road grip, there are four 315 millimetres wide ultra high-performance tyres by Michelin which are fitted to 11×23 inch Blackline Monoblock rims. The dynamic look of the voluminous black rims stems from the multipart look and the outer well made of stainless steel. This impression is further enhanced by varnished brake callipers which poke out between the spokes.


LUMMA Design also developed the interior as dynamic and performance-oriented as the new exterior. Leather and ultra-suede can be found for example at the ergonomically formed sports steering wheel. Rails made of orange-coloured carbon and pedals and foot rests made of aluminium moreover indicate the vitality of this automobile. The same applies for the illuminated door sills with the lettering “CLR X 650 M” and the extended speedometer range up to 360 kph displaying the LUMMA-Logo.

LUMMA Design confirms its love for detail also in the interior. Both the floor mats and also the boot mat are made of velour, have a leather edging and are adorned with the LUMMA coat of arms logo. The type plate with the consecutive serial number enhances the exclusive character of the CLR X 650 M.

BMW’s plan to build a sporty SUV has been perfectly completed by LUMMA Design. The automobile is already serially equipped with a powerful engine, but it only starts turning into a thoroughbred sports car as a CLR X 650 M. More information is available at

7 responses to “Pre-Geneva Reveal: LUMMA CLR X 650 M based on BMW X6 M”

  1. BMWM6 says:

    X5M ?????

  2. Laszlo says:

    Yes, I take 2. One for my sister and her kids and one for me… but can you please make it a 5 seater ? My kids are fit just fine but my cocker spaniel isn’t really comfortable in it… Geez. a 650HP soccer Mom Grocery getter :-) Just what the world needs.

    I wish that at least one country would have roads and laws supporting such automobiles. Otherwise its a waste of a talent and resources.
    Instead of 650HP give me a 300HP car that would accelerate under 5sec and goes 60mpg and have almost zero emission. I’m not a tree-hugger green freak enviro-maniac but I think the E46 M3 performance and 60mpg would be totally awesome and enough for this overcrowded world.
    Just a week ago I tried to go 85 at a 70 speed limit… almost got caught. We can not even do 85 and this machine can go 195mph… what a waste

    • viper says:

      son in Germany where I drive often I can go as much as I can , if my car can do 250kmh then I go at least 200kmh , its not ur fault that u live in free or not so free country

  3. viper says:

    those seats looks like crap but overall its really a powerful and great car with no price?

  4. Laszlo says:

    Ok. 200km/h means 120mph. a 120diesel can do that. even 250km/h is only 150mph and no, you can not do that all the time. Maybe on a sunday night from 10-4 in a morning. Been there down that in a good ol’ 90’s when the constructions and trucks weren’t slowing me down.
    I travel often from Austria to Bremen-haven and sure, for a few minutes we can all enjoy a 150mph drive but for minutes only. Then we have to slow down for a truck or a VW Golf, Polo, Skoda, etc.
    I rather take a good handling car with RWD and enough power to make it quick and agile. Light weight, smaller engine with turbo’s and yes, even a good diesel.
    my dream car would have a 60+ mpg and close to 300HP and RWD, with approx 3000-3200lbs weight only.
    The 123d and 320d comes pretty close but not quite yet. they eed to shred some weight and add more ponies.

    ps : this car looks great and awesome performance but utterly pointless.
    I have had a customer who turned his X6 4.4TT into a Lumma car, but he did leave all mechanical in stock. Only body kit upgrade.

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