The tuning experts at Hartge have created a modification package for the BMW X6. Hartge gave the SAV a technical upgrade, a new set of rims, and numerous interior changes. The modification package is actually a previous release but the tuner has put in a new engine upgrade.
Hartge modified the X6 xDrive 4.0d’s ECU software, raising the power from 306 hp to 345 hp and the torque from 600 Nm (443 lb-ft) to 700 Nm (516 lb-ft).
With this powerplant, the SAV’s 0 to 62 mph sprint is 0.6 seconds faster than the stock one. The top speed is boosted to 248 km/h (154 mph), a 12 km/h (7 mph) faster than the stock model.
Hartge gave the X6 a set of lowering springs that lower it by 30 mm, improving both the handling and the appearance. The car features 22-inch Hartge Classic 2 wheels: 22x10.5-inch rims with 295/30 tires for the front and 22x12-inch rims with 335/25 tires for the rear.
The car also gets a special body kit that makes it look more aggressive. One highlight is the use of two stainless steel tailpipes that use an angular design, which lends a rugged appearance.
The cabin of the Hartge BMW X6 was given carbon fiber trimming for the dashboard, center console and door panels, custom instruments and a new three-spoke leather-wrapped steering wheel that can be fitted with carbon fiber inserts as an option.
Hartge also offers a choice of aluminum pedals, special floor mats, which are made from velour and finished in a broad range of colors.