LUMMA Design to offer tuned BMW M6 by end of 2012

Article by Anita Panait, on June 24, 2012

Tuning company LUMMA Design will be offering a tuned BMW M6 at the end of 2012. BMW is set to roll out the fastest Coupe/Cabriolet variant of its 6 Series, the new BMW M6, in the fall. LUMMA tries to raise the excitement for its new BMW M6 by providing a glimpse of the body and the interior options for the tuned car.

LUMMA Design is planning to make the BMW M6 sportier and more attractive. In order to transform the BMW M6 into a sports coupé that carries a distinct design language, LUMMA Design will be installing a complete aerodynamics kit that includes a front spoiler and large air inlets, wheel arch extensions to the front and the rear, carbon fibre engine housing and a rear diffuser with a central double-pipe exhaust.

The tuned M6 will also don LUMMA sports rims, with dimensions of with 10”x21" on the front axle and 12.5”x21" on the rear axle. LUMMA Design made sure that the tuned BMW M6 is not only sportier and elegant on the outside but also on the inside.

LUMMA Design’s tuned M6 boasts of an interior made of the finest materials, like leather, alcantara and carbon fibre. Customers could have LUMMA Design tune an M6 according to their own specs, but they have to wait until early 2013 before they could get their cars.

Sleek and exquisite are words to describe the front end of the new BMW M6 Coupe and BMW M6 Convertible, with their wide air intakes, stunningly contoured headlight units and spacious, smooth surfaces. A newly-designed M kidney grille, bearing an elegant ‘M6’ badge is another striking detail in these brand new cars produced by world-renowned BMW.

The grille’s black, paired kidney slats accompany the double-spoke design of the M light-alloy wheels. A 30-millimetre increase in track width over the two vehicles’ 6-series stable mates is finely complemented by flared front wheel arches, which definitely pair well with the wheels. This extra width ensures optimized road-handling, a perfect fit for these high-performance sports cars.

Adaptive LED headlights standard to these BMW models are accentuated with another set of bright white, 3D LED light rings. The dipped beam and main beams both use these light rings, placed on a horizontal rib running through the centre of the units. The light rings send their light off and are being made brighter by reflectors situated in front of them. The visible and unmistakable headlights produced by this composition entail a smooth and safe cruise on even dark roads.

SIDE VIEW: Athletically-flared wheel arches, side grilles, forged M light-alloy wheels

The all-too familiar M sporty look by these BMW models is evident from the side, with the front-side sections of the cars featuring the familiar M grilles. Their 3D-shaping, wide chrome frames and indicator bars—also bearing the elegant ‘M’ logo—give them a hyper deep set look. Other prominent features are its wider wheel arches, character lines and grilles. Conspicuous creases on the model-specific side skirts lean upwards, diverting one’s attention from the equally stunning rear wheels.

Topics: lumma design, bmw, bmw m6

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