Earlier this month, German tuning shop AC Schnitzer revealed a new tuning project based on the BMW F16 X6. The AC Schnitzer Falcon project gives the X6 a series of aerodynamic, suspension and powertrain upgrades.
The aero package includes a front skirt, rear diffuser, AC Schnitzer bonnet vents in export version with optional chrome elements, a rear wing, new carbon mirror covers and rear skirt protective film. The wide body kit extends the body by 50 mm at the front and 90 mm at the rear.
Up to 22-inch wheels are offered in various colors to perfectly fill the flared fenders.
The AC Schnitzer suspension spring kit lowers the car by 30 mm, offering a lowering center of gravity to improve driving dynamics and cornering abilities.
Several power upgrades are available for the X6 family. The X6 xDrive35i which is powered by a 3.0 liter six-cylinder turbocharged engine produces 306 horsepower in standard form, but with some ECU remapping, the SUV now makes 360 horsepower.
A power kit is also available for the X6 M increasing its output from 575 hp to 650 hp. The European-spec X6 xDrive30d also goes from 258 hp to 309 hp.