Lumma’s CLR X 650 M model goes through a new iteration. The engineers in Winterlingen, Germany, have finished a slightly revised design on the Lumma Design CLR X 650 M, maintaing the same widebody look and super-duper aggressive stance.
Along with the exterior revisions, the CLR X 650 M comes with a power increase to 670 horsepower. Torque, which had been expected to max out at around 830 Nm, will instead peak at 850 Nm. This represents over a 20 percent boost in horsepower, and a 25 percent improvement in torque when compared to the standard BMW X6 M.
A new exhaust system with quad tailpipes increases the performance. BMW X6 M by Lumma is now capable of reaching speeds of 194 mph (312 km/h).
Exterior upgrades include new rear skirts and wing, and side gills. The three-section front spoiler includes daytime LED runners and flared fenders. A new carbon and Kevlar hood is also attached.
The CLR X 650 M was dropped by 45 mm. Racing IV alloy wheels were then added. The 9.5×20-inch units are wrapped in performance tires.
We expect to see the revamped Lumma CLR X 650 M at the upcoming Paris Motor Show.
[Source: WCF ]