If there ever was a single gripe that users have regarding the BMW X6 M, it would be the car’s exhaust sound. While the M SUV comes with impressive performance, a beautiful interior and aggressive design, the sound coming out of its quad exhaust pipes is rather tame and underwhelming. Hence, most owners that are bitten by the tuning bug, turn to the aftermarket industry for a brand new exhaust system solution.

Consequently, when the owner of this Alpine White F87 X6 M turned to European Auto Source, the highly-professional aftermarket tuning company came out with a perfect solution right away. Namely, an all-new Eisenmann Race Exhaust was installed.

In turn, the 4.4 liter BMW TwinPower Turbo engine, delivering 567 horsepower, now comes with a much deeper roar!

Furthermore, the Eisenmann’s exhaust systems, like the one installed on this Alpine White X6 M, feature top quality craftsmanship. The systems are made completely out of the high-tensile and durable 100 percent T304/T306 stainless steel.

In this version, the Eisenmann Race variant of their exhaust system makes the car considerably louder while providing better exhaust flow. It also yields a few extra horsepower and torque, and overall, better throttle response.

The addition of the 102mm quad tips also add an aggressive style to the shapely rear end. For the most part, people will definitely hear this rumbling beast plowing along when the gas pedal is pressed all the way. Check out the full media gallery of this build right below.