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One of the automakers that offer a subscription service to their clients instead of just selling them the traditional way is BMW. At the time of writing, BMW’s program “Access by BMW” is only available in Nashville, Tennessee.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with this service, it actually comes in two tiers. The first is the Legend plan, which costs $2,000 a month and provides access to the 530e xDrive, 540i, X5 xDrive35i, 440i Coupe, 440i Convertible and M2. Then there’s the more premium M plan, which costs $3,700 a month. This covers use of the M5, X5 M, X6 M, and M4 Convertible.
To sign up for the subscription service, the client will need to pay a $575 joining fee, and there is a minimum of a 32-day commitment. BMW will then handle the insurance and maintenance on the vehicles. The vehicle will be detailed before each delivery. The car comes with a full tank of fuel but the user is responsible to fill it up later on. Customers will also be able to switch between plans from month to month. It’s also possible to pause the program for an extra fee of $200.Read the entire article BMW’s Subscription Service costs up to $3,700 for the M plan
German car tuner Manhart Performance is famous for its extraordinary BMWs. In typical Manhart fashion, the team amps up the BMW X6 M by giving it an extra 123hp and 111lb-ft of torque. Dubbed as the MHX6 700, Manhart’s powerful tuning totals the output of the 4.4-liter twin turbo V8 engine by up to 690hp (700PS) and 664lb-ft (900Nm).
To achieve this, the sports activity coupe benefited from the auto tuner’s 300-cell downpipes, new stainless steel muffler with valve control, software optimization and massive new tailpipes measuring 4x 100mm. The MHX6 700’s enhanced V8 engine is hooked to an eight speed M Steptronic gearbox with Drivelogic. Despite not disclosing the sprint time, Manhart’s superb tuning abilities will surely take a few seconds off the standard’s 4.2-second acceleration.
For improved handling and to keep the car closer to the ground, Manhart has also performed some adjustments on the chassis including the use of an H&R lowering kit.Read the entire article Manhart MHX6 pushes the BMW X6 M power to 700 PS
BMW introduced the M Performance Parts at the 2017 New York Auto Show in April. The Senior Product Manager, Matthew Mostafaei discussed the parts and what each one has to offer from the 763M style wheels for the M2, M3 and M4, to the Sound and Audio Kit for a Snapper Rocks Blue BMW 440i Coupe.
The other M Performance updates are evident on the BMW i and iPerformance models. These updates include a wallbox charging station with mobile app integration, a dual-voltage charger (120V or 240V), that allows you to charge thrice as quick compared to the standard cable that comes with the car.
Last month, BMW took off with its M Performance tour in India. The program involved various driving conditions such as cornering, high speed straights, dynamic braking and many more. And now, they are in Abu Dhabi.Read the entire article Modified BMW X6M draws attention to brilliance of M Performance segment
It is a undisputed that the BMW X6 M is already one of the most daring-looking SUV coupes in the market but it doesn’t mean there’s no more room for improvement.
Apparently, a BMW X6 M has just received a serious makeover. It comes from none other than the BMW dealership in Abu Dhabi. Yes, these guys are back and they’ve just created another extraordinary rolling machine.
To be exact, their latest makeover project is based on a BMW X6 xDrive50i. Since it is unclear if they had upgraded its engine, maybe we’ll just take it from there. A BMW X6 xDrive50i comes with a 4.4-litre V8 stock engine. If they didn’t touch anything under the hood, then what we have here is the same BMW with 455 hp that runs up to 100 km/h in just 4.8 seconds.Read the entire article BMW X6 with M Performance upgrades, AC Schnitzer body kit and a whole lot more
If you don’t find the 2015 BMW X5 M and the X6 M models too attractive, you’d be happy to find out that the Bavarian manufacturer has just introduced the Original BMW Accessories range for the high-performance SUVs. As you can see from the photos, both SUVs received new radiator and single grille ornamental trim with black slats, black frame and M logo.
Moreover, the standard chrome grilles can be replaced for the corresponding BMW M Performance Parts, while the mirror caps can be replaced with a new set of handmade carbon exterior mirror caps. The motor sport stripes showing the signature M colours also improve the looks of the vehicles.
Meanwhile, the BMW X6 M can be ordered with rear fins in high-gloss black, which improve the looks but also the aerodynamics.Read the entire article 2015 BMW X5 M and X6 M receive M Performance Parts
What comes as a big surprise is that the all-new BMW X6 M (F86) is as fast as the old M3 Coupe (E92) when lapping the well-known Nurburgring racetrack located in Germany. BMW M project manager Herbert Bayerl declined to say what is the official time of the 2015 BMW X6 M, but we do know that the M3 Coupe (E92) was able to lap the racetrack in 8 minutes and 5 seconds.
Still, the biggest achievement is that the BMW X6 M is much faster than the 2015 Range Rover Sport SVR, which claimed the title of the fastest SUV on the Nurbrurgring with 8 minutes and 14 seconds. The high-performance British SUV is powered by a 5.0-liter supercharged V8 engine that delivers 550 hp and 680 Nm (502 lb-ft) of torque.
The engine pushes the vehicle from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in 4.7 seconds, while top speed is limited at 260 km/h or 162 mph. Meanwhile, the 2015 BMW X6 M is powered by a 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine that delivers 575 hp and 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) of torque.Read the entire article 2015 BMW X6 M (F86) promises to be as fast as the old M3 Coupe (E92) on the Nurburgring
The new MY2015 BMW X6 M will be available to purchase at a starting price of $103,050 (Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price). The tag already includes $950 in Destination and Handling. This piece of high-performance mobile machine is part of the latest salvo of offerings from BMW M GmbH.
The other one is the BMW X5 M, which will have a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price of $99,650, including $950 Destination and Handling. Both the BMW X6 M and the BMW X5 M are included in BMW M’s strategy to continue setting the pace in the high-performance Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) and Sports Activity Coupe (SAC) segment.
The two new models make it obvious that BMW M is pulling no punches in terms of its commitment to offer to high performance vehicles. Likewise, the BMW X6 M and its sibling still don the typical characteristics of the BMW X family – exclusivity, robustness, agility and everyday usability.Read the entire article 2015 BMW X6 M has starting price of $103,050 MSRP
The high-performance Sports Activity Vehicle (SAV) and Sports Activity Coupe (SAC) segment is going all out once again with arrival of the new BMW X6 M as well as the BMW X5 M. These vehicles, products of the pace-setter BMW M GmbH, merge high performance that’s typical of an M unit with the exclusivity, robustness, and agility of an X product. Since the new BMW X6 M is not just about performance, it leaves no wonder why there is clamor for such a vehicle.
The exterior of the BMW X6 M is painted in full body color – with two new and exclusive M paint finishes in Long Beach Blue Metallic and Donington Grey Metallic. In addition, the vehicle bears a low-slung figure on the road. To complement that, BMW W threw in mixed tires showcasing the cars’ sporty track width. The tires wrap around standard M-specific, forged 21-inch M light-alloy wheels.
Additionally, the BMW X6 M is fitted with large air intakes at the front end, side gills with a model badge and Air Breathers, signature M exterior mirrors in twin-stalk style. More importantly, the BMW X6 M will be instantly recognized by M fans thanks to M four-tailpipe exhaust system and a rear spoiler. Moving into the cabin, occupants are sure to find sporty features and exclusive materials.Read the entire article 2015 BMW X6 M offers higher power and more dynamic looks
Earlier this month, BMW unveiled the 2015 X6 (F16), which means that the Bavarian carmaker will soon introduce the all-new X6 M. Until the debut of the new car, X-Tomi Design decided to render the upcoming 2016 BMW X6 M (F86). As expected, the rendering looks amazing and we can’t wait to see the production version of the new X6 M.
What we do know is that the vehicle will be using the 4.4-liter V8 petrol engine with M TwinPower Turbo that will deliver around 560 hp and 680 Nm (501 lb-ft) of torque. Power will be delivered through the seven-speed M dual-clutch transmission, to the permanent all-wheel drive system.
The next-generation BMW X6 M is expected to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) in less than 4.7 seconds, while top speed will remain limited to 250 km/h or 155 mph.Read the entire article Rendered Speculation: 2016 BMW X6 M (F86)
Professional Premium Car Wrapping company Kempen CAM SHAFT is offering tuning and wrapping packages for the 2013 BMW X6M. CAM SHAFT is offering a range of tuning highlights that include alloy wheels, powder coating, car chassis, carbon peaces or interior sets. Just like what it typically does, CAM SHAFT wrapped a BMW X6M with a combination of frozen anthracite mat metallic and diamond black mat metallic, providing the vehicle with a good impression.
This wrapping from CAM SHAFT could be availed at just EUR2,450. The BMW X6M also underwent a performance improvement courtesy of PP-Performance. The tuned BMW X6M comes with installed manifolds and down pipes with racing cats -- and combined with the optimized software, the vehicle boasts of 720 PS (529 kW) of output and 1,000 Nm of torque. This performance improvement -- dubbed as Stage 3 -- could be availed for EUR16,600, including MOT certificate and mounting.
CAM SHAFT and PP-Performance also partnered to dignify the BMW X6M's silhouette with Voersteiner carbon parts. The car now dons a carbon hood, a carbon front spoiler -- matching to the original X6M front bumper -- a carbon tail spoiler and a diffusor.Read the entire article Cam Shaft is offering tuning and wrapping kits for Bmw X6M
Manhart revealed its tuning package for the BMW M3 Cabrio. It is dubbed as the Manhart MH3 V8 R Biturbo and is equipped with an X5 /X6 M engine. Days ago, Manhart presented its modified BMW M5. The most significant change on the M3 Cabrio is the V8 4.4-liter twin-turbo engine of the X6 M with a carbon fiber cover.
Manhart optimized the software and modified the power unit to deliver 655 hp (488 KW) and 719 lb-ft (955 Nm) of torque.
By taking out the electronic top speed limiter, the modified M3 Cabrio can hit a top speed of over 199 mph (320 km/h). In addition, they also built an Akrapovic Evolution Titanium exhaust system with a sports catalytic converter and four 90mm tailpipes.Read the entire article Manhart MH3 V8 R Biturbo gets a 4.4-liter engine from the Bmw X5/X6 M
G-POWER has prepared a modification package for the BMW X6 M that features a TYPHOON S body kit, a titanium exhaust system and a 725hp output. Derived from the TYPHOON wide-body kit, the TYPHOON S body kit boosts cooling performance of up to 15% for the 4.4l V8 twin-turbo unit that powers the BMW X6 M.
It helps raise its output by 170hp to 725hp. The G-POWER X6 M TYPHOON S has a distinct appearance due mainly to the redesigned front skirt that completely replaces the original part. The front skirt with large air intakes is inspired by the G-POWER TYPHOON wide-body kit.
To balance out the look of the X6 TYPHOON S, it has been fitted with the G-POWER bonnet that’s made completely from carbonfiber. The G-POWER add-ons to the standard sills offer a visual transition between the wheel arches, which are filled with forged 3-part G-POWER SILVERSTONE RS aluminum wheels (measuring 11x23 and 12x23 inches (also offered in 22-inch).Read the entire article G-Power Typhoon S is world’s most powerful Bmw X6 M model
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.Read the entire article 2010 Bmw X6 M refined by Mansory
The tuning specialists at Vorsteiner have recently revealed full details of its aerodynamic package for the BMW X6M. This kit is also the tuner’s first SUV conversion.
A preview was shown in March with the VRS Aero Package but now, we learned from the tuner that the X6M aero components are crafted using lightweight composite technology and a dry carbon vacuum process.
The parts are composed of resin pre-impregnated, vacuum-formed carbon fiber autoclave system which reportedly means they are up to 30% stronger than the wet-lay products.Read the entire article Vorsteiner Bmw X6M redefines the meaning of tuning
Tuners welcomed BMW’s decision to add an M version to the X6 range and to use a turbocharged powerplant for the Sports Activity Coupe (SAC). For instance, Manhart’s version of the X6M (dubbed Manhart M6XR Twin Turbo) is an SAC that delivers 687 hp.
This was accomplished with the use of a catalytic conversion modification, a modified exhaust and an ECU remap for the vehicle’s twin-turbocharged 4.4 liter V8 powerplant.
The fresh stainless steel exhaust system features four 90 mm tailpipes and two 200-cell HJS racing catalytic converters. The car, which weighs 2.4 tons, can sprint to 62mph in only 4.7 seconds and it boasts a top speed of 198 mph (319 km/h).Read the entire article Manhart M6XR Twin Turbo based on Bmw X6 M
For those who don't know, the history of Bmw M sport division starts back in 1985 when engineers placed the snarling, race-bred inline-6 engine from the M1 supercar into the production Bmw 5-Series sedan, reworked the suspension and brakes, and created the first M5.
Since then, several sports car wearing the M badge were produced and everything could continue smooth and easy but the German manufacturer wanted to change all this and decided to build the Bmw X5 M and X6 M, the first all-wheel-drive models to offer the remarkable performance, dynamic driving experience and athletic design. Both of the models will carry under the hood the newly-developed 4.4-liter V8 M capable to deliver 555 hp at 6,000 rpm and 500 lb-ft of torque (680 Nm) from 1500 to 5,650 rpm.
According to the manufacturer the new M engine is the world's first with a pulse-tuned exhaust manifold encompassing both rows of cylinders combined with high-performance twin-scroll twin turbo technology, so expect a new revolution in the car industry. The new vehicles can sprint to 60 mph from a standstill in 4.5 seconds and feature impressive delivery of power from the V8 twin-turbo engine which provides maximum torque of 500 lb-ft from 1,500 and 5,650 rpm.Read the entire article BMW X6 M officially introduced
Pricing for the latest X5 M and X6 M SUVs has been made available by BMW which will begin at $85,400 for the X5 M and $88,900 for the X6 M when they hit US markets later this year. Beginning May 2009 full pricing and options, together with pre-order sales, will be offered.
It is confirmed by the carmaker that it has equipped its SUVs with 20 inch wheels, sports seats, red needle gauges, and Merino leather trim, in its move to draw customers away from the Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG and Porsche Cayenne and others.
Power under the hood for the two models is a recently developed 4.4-liter V8 M powerplant that produces 555hp (412kW) which is reached at 6,000rpm and top torque of 500lb-ft (677Nm) is hit at a low 1,500 to 5,650rpm providing a sprint rate of 0-60mph in 4.5 seconds.Read the entire article Bmw X6 M U.S. pricing announced
A tuning package for the BMW X6 M has recently been unveiled by the Abu Dhabi-based Alsa Automotive Engineering. Its performance was tweaked to make the car deliver up to 724 PS (533 kW / 714 bhp).
CEO Mohammed Al Sayegh said that they achieved this without modifying the engine's displacement, unlike what Nowack Motors did that led to the X6 M producing 715 PS (526 kW /705 bhp). Al Sayegh told WCF that Nowack Motors accomplished this by making the car a 4.8 liter instead of maintaining its 4.4 liter engine capacity.
This tuning package, which offers upgraded turbo compressor wheels, is available as well for the X5 M. The new turbo components expand the pressure up to 1.8 bar, but engineers proceeded to modify the engine control unit, along with the installation of high-flow catalytic converters and straight pipes.Read the entire article 2010 Bmw X6 M by Alsa Automotive Engineering
A slightly revised design on the Lumma Design CLR X 650 M has recently been completed by the engineers in Winterlingen, Germany, based on the BMW X6 M. The SUV clearly gets its inspiration from the 1980s-era Rieger widebody tuning jobs, giving the SUV a look that may not be pretty but is definitely cool.
The latest model features a 3% rise in power, boosting engine output to 670hp (493 kW). Instead of maxing out at about 830 Nm, torque will now peak at 850 Nm.
These figures stand for a 20% increase in hp, and a 25% improvement in torque when compared to the standard BMW X6 M.Read the entire article Part 2: Lumma Design CLR X 650 M based on Bmw X6 M
G-Power, a German tuning firm, claims to soon offer the world's fastest SUV, with the BMW X6 M as its base. This model already delivers 555hp but G-Power wants it to have higher output.
The tuning firm plans to launch a 900 hp SUV that be able to surpass the 205 mph (330 km/h) mark, hit 62mph (100 km/h) in 4.2 seconds and go pass the 124 mph (200 km/h) mark in 13 seconds.
The vehicle is dubbed as the G Power Typhoon X6 M and will have standard 4.4 liter turbocharged engine replaced with the M5's 5.0 liter V10 engine, which has been given a 5.5 liter capacity.Read the entire article G-Power X6 Typhoon RS Ultimate V10 based on the BMW X6 M
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