The tuning experts at Mansory have launched a “full-throttle” tuning program for the BMX X6 M. Just last September, Mansory debuted a similar modification package for the BMX X5 M. The tuner has fitted a new exhaust system to the X6’s 4.4-liter biturbo V8 powerplant. The X6 also received an ECU remap.
The stock unit has an output of 555 hp and a peak torque of 680 Nm but with Mansory’s modifications, it can deliver up to 670 hp and a maximum torque of 950 Nm.
As a result, the X6 is able to accelerate from zero to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.2 seconds. Those who like speed would be delighted to know that the tuner has overridden the electronic top speed limiter and the car now be driven past the 186 mph (300 km/h) mark.
To handle the extra power, the vehicle has received a sports suspension that lowers it by 40 mm (1.57 inch). The car sits on 23-inch M10 cast, monoblock rims that are wrapped in 315/25R23 tires. Mansory also has given this car a high-performance braking system.
This tuning package also includes an aggressive body kit, which makes it wider (70mm at the front and 80 mm at the rear) and it now has LED daytime running lights.
Numerous elements are featured on this aerodynamic package, including a redesigned front bumper with large air intake and a rear diffuser that surrounds four stainless steel exhaust pipes.
Mansory took extra care to ensure that each part of the BMW X6, like the previous models before it, has a precise fit and that it will be able to retain its distinct and sporty design. The details are perfectly harmonized to make sure that the demand for the MANSORY and its products become a reality and allow this wide-bodied Bavarian to be transformed to an eye-catcher.
The front spoiler now has larger air intakes and with the bonnet made lighter due to the use of carbon and the ventilation channels, the air flow to the engine is optimized. This also makes sure that the MANSORY X6 has a muscular appearance especially when seen from a rear-view mirror.
This particular impression is strengthened with the widened wings that flow to the newly-designed side skirts. This also gave the vehicle an additional 70 millimeters on width of the front and an additional 80 millimeters on the rear.
The skirt on the rear has an integrated diffuser, allowing space for four stainless steel exhaust pipes from MANSORY’s sports exhaust system. Its roof spoiler ensured that there is more contact pressure while the rear spoiler lip allowed the MANSORY X6 better stability when at high speeds.
Most of the aerodynamic components were made by engineers using high-tensile polyurethane and prepreg autoclave carbon, a unique characteristic of MANSONRY. What happened is that preformed carbon-fibre parts are put in autoclaves and the permanent shape are all due to the vacuum and heat which also guaranteed that it would have low weight and perfect surface finish.