The BMW X6 M is a rumbling beast. The vehicle is powered by a 4.4 liter BMW TwinPower Turbo engine delivering 567 ferocious horses that will take the sporty SAV (Sports Activity Vehicle) from 0-62 mph (0-100km/h) in just 4.0 seconds. This is the second most powerful engine unit available in BMW’s product range – it is situated just under the recently released BMW M760i – which develops a whopping 601 hp and a peak torque of 590 lb-ft of torque.
For many, the vehicle beforehand is the perfect starting point for an aftermarket build.
This particular Alpine White BMW X6 M comes refined thanks to a bevy of aftermarket parts, where all of them come from well-known tuning companies. These include the likes of AC Schnitzer, RKP and Vorsteiner. Furthermore this build is done by the experts over at European Auto Source.
The end result – as you will see from the media gallery below – is a clean, albeit aggressive looking SAV.
The build started off with a few cosmetic touches. Namely, a RKP carbon fiber front lip spoiler, a set of bumper inserts and a rear diffuser, finished off with a 3D Design carbon fiber trunk spoiler, adding a perfect dose of carbon fiber to this build. Furthermore, the build received the iND M Performance front grille set, an iND – M Performance side grille set and an iND painted trunk badge as well.
Next, it was time to add a bit more rumble to the X6 M’s quad exhaust pipes, thanks to an Akrapovic Evolution titanium exhaust system. This upgrade not only increases the power by +3.9kW at at 5400 rpm and torque by +8.4Nm at 5250 rpm, the exhaust system also weighs 14.8 kilograms less than the OEM exhaust system. The BMW X6 M comes with a rather tame exhaust note, but now it exerts a wholehearted rumble, letting everyone know a high-performance BMW ///M car is coming.
Finally, a set of Vorsteiner V-FE 404 forged wheels were installed, giving the vehicle a nice accentuating touch. The wheels come in sizes of 21×10.5 in the front and 22×11.5 in the rear, respectively. The wheels come with a Titanium Graphite finish, working perfectly with the Alpine White exterior of the BMW X6 M overall. The vehicle is further modded, thanks to a lowering done by a set of 3D Design lowering springs as well. Check out the full media gallery of this build right below.