AC Schnitzer gets stuck into BMW X6M

AC Schnitzer gets stuck into BMW X6M

BMW tuning house AC Schnitzer has found a new target for its modifications with the M version of the X6 sport crossover. The firm is still at work on a performance upgrade for the X6M’s twin-turbocharged V8 engine that already pumps out 555 hP in standard form, but now buyers can choose from a variety of options that rework the crossover’s styling.

The aero bodywork package is comprehensive and includes a front spoiler, roof spoiler, bonnet air-vents, rear wing, rear diffuser and chromed front grille. There’s also a fancy new carbon piece of trim for the bonnet with a Plexiglas window that allows the engine to be visible.

AC Schnitzer offers a wider body wheel arch extension kit that adds 40 mm on each side and there are numerous alloy wheel designs available in sizes 20-, 22- and 23-inches. There is also a replacement sport exhaust system with chrome tipped tail-pipes.

Interior options include a restyled instrument cluster with white dials and red lighting, carbon-fibre trim, aluminium footrest and pedal set, and an AC Schnitzer steering wheel.

Check out images of the reworked X6M in the gallery below.

BMW tuning house AC Schnitzer has found a new target for its modifications with the M version of the X6 sport crossover. The firm is still at work on a performance upgrade for the X6M’s twin-turbocharged V8 engine that already pumps out 555 hP in standard form, but now buyers can choose from a variety of options that rework the crossover’s styling.

The aero bodywork package is comprehensive and includes a front spoiler, roof spoiler, bonnet air-vents, rear wing, rear diffuser and chromed front grille. There’s also a fancy new carbon piece of trim for the bonnet with a Plexiglas window that allows the engine to be visible.

AC Schnitzer offers a wider body wheel arch extension kit that adds 40 mm on each side and there are numerous alloy wheel designs available in sizes 20-, 22- and 23-inches. There is also a replacement sport exhaust system with chrome tipped tail-pipes.

Interior options include a restyled instrument cluster with white dials and red lighting, carbon-fibre trim, aluminium footrest and pedal set, and an AC Schnitzer steering wheel.

Check out images of the reworked X6M in the gallery below.

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