The somewhat ungainly proportions of BMW's not-a-sedan, not-an-SUV X6 have been the subject of intense debate. It's not ugly in the traditional sense, but it's not especially attractive either. AC Schnitzer has nevertheless decided to take on the challenge of tuning the X6, focusing its efforts on the high-performance X6 M version.
The Aachen-based tuning specialist is currently working on a performance upgrade which, in combination with delimiting the Vmax and a sports exhaust, will bring a further perceptible increase in the power of the BMW X6 M. And if that's not enough, you can also opt for the carbon-fiber AC Schnitzer engine styling. Even without a performance upgrade, the acoustic and visual attraction will be enhanced by the AC Schnitzer sports rear silencer with two chromed "Sports Trim" tailpipe trims in right/left combination.
The rest of the upgrades are primarily cosmetic, though the dual-flow AC Schnitzer Racing Design exhaust with chrome tips is a dual-use addition. AC Schnitzer not only gives the BMW X6 M more power, but also a tailored race outfit of carbon. Front spoiler, rear roof spoiler, rear wing, rear diffuser and design elements for the front skirt and chromed front grille give the AC Schnitzer BMW X6 M an impressive and muscular appearance. As an option, the carbon bonnet vents with chromed center web complete the sporting look.