IAA 2011: Mansory BMW X6 M

Auto Shows | September 15th, 2011 by 12
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The Swiss aftermarket specialists from Mansory bring to the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show their own interpretation of the BMW X6 M. The new aftermarket program …

The Swiss aftermarket specialists from Mansory bring to the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show their own interpretation of the BMW X6 M. The new aftermarket program follows the steps of the X5M by Mansory revealed and just like the X5 M twin, the Mansory BMW X6 M package includes an impressive power upgrade to around 670 HP / 493 kW and a 950 Nm of torque at 5900 rpm.

The Mansory BMW X6M can run from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds and can reach a top speed of 300 km/h.

At the front, the X6 M by Mansory showcases a redesigned front spoiler with larger air intakes and an extra light bonnet made entirely of carbon which, with its ventilation channels, optimizes air flow to the engine.

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The car has 70 millimeters more width at the front and 80 millimeters at the rear.

At the back a newly designed skirt comes into play using an integrated diffuser which has room for four stainless steel exhaust pipes from the MANSORY sports exhaust system. A roof spoiler for additional contact pressure and a rear spoiler lip give the MANSORY X6 M more stability at high speeds.

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Nearly all the aerodynamic components are fabricated by the engineers from high-tensile polyurethane (PU-RIM) and from prepreg autoclave carbon, characteristic of MANSORY. In the process, the preformed carbon-fiber parts are given a permanent shape in autoclaves by the effects of vacuum and heat which guarantees a perfect surface finish with low weight.

Enjoy the photo gallery!

12 Responses to “IAA 2011: Mansory BMW X6 M”

  1. Sami Ayubi says:

    horrid interior and wheels, Mansory is aimed at people with no aesthetic sensibility and too much money… having said that, this X6 is actually quite restrained compared to other stuff of theirs I have seen… 

  2. Anonymous says:

    I wish I had not clicked on this. 

  3. La Ma says:

    take away the rear spoiler, wheels and the spots on the seat and  paint the hood body color then I can dig it.

    The orange contrast isn’t bad but the seat spots are too much.   Also I hate non-painted hoods.  the rest is oke for me :-)

  4. Derobbie says:

    Not great. Not great at all.

    That first picture looks like ‘Close-ups of dogs with a wide angled lense’ (cue Benny Hill music)

    We are either too poor or too old-fashioned for this.

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