The Winterlinger-based tuner, Lumma Design, unveiled at the 2011 Geneva Motor Show their latest iteration of the X6 SAC. Dubbed CLR X 650, the Lumma tuned-up X6 made its first debut back in 2008. The new iteration offers a new full bodykit with carbon underscores, along with an upgraded interior, a power increase and new 22″ inch wheels.
Lumma offers a D-Box power kit for diesel engines, which ups the power to 340 hp (250 kW) and 670 Nm of torque for the CLR X 650. The Lumma BMW X6 D-Box kit includes an ECU upgrade and a new four-pipe sports exhaust system.
The aerodynamics package of the Lumma BMW X6 includes a front spoiler, rear bumper, side skirts, a new bonnet and a rear spoiler.
Inside, the CLR X 650 features four individual Recaro sports shell seats that create a confident, sporty ambience in the car. The interior’s elegant flair is achieved with the leather upholstery in black and beige, complete with decorative seams in the contrasting color. The diamond-shaped stitching in particular highlights the two tones used. The interior is perfected with the finest Alcantara, which LUMMA Design applies to the plastic coverings already in the standard model of the car.
Then there’s the ergonomically shaped and of course leather upholstered sports steering wheel (including an airbag) and the leather covered carbon-look interior ledges. The final touch to the car’s interior upgrade is the color coordinated instruments and the aluminum pedals with anti-slip rubber coating.
The individual components that make up the LUMMA CLR X 650 can be ordered from selected specialized stockists or directly from LUMMA Design’s headquarters in Winterlingen.
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