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.
The difference offered by this current Lumma Design CLR X 650 M package over the old one is its new high-performance exhaust system that is finished with quad tailpipes.
With these specifications, the crossover becomes capable of hitting speeds of 194 mph (312 km/h).
When it comes to the exterior, the vehicle gets a redesigned rear skirt and wing, along with the already-available three-section front spoiler with daytime LED runners, flared fenders, and revised sidesills. A new carbon and Kevlar hood is also attached.
The crossover is lowered by 45 mm via lowering springs. The engineers added Racing IV alloy wheels. These 9.5x20-inch units are covered in performance tires. Interior changes include quilted leather upholstery, carbon trim, and aluminum pedals.
Inside, the sporty yet chic cabin of the Lumma CLR X 650 M features aluminum pedals and aluminum footrests, as well as an improved speedometer that displays speeds of up to 360 km/h. Its cabin also features a number of Carbon applications.
The carbon on the vehicle's sports steering wheel, the center console, the automatic selector lever on the dashboard and the doors could be lined with the color preferred by the customer. Moreover, the Lumma CLR X 650 M comes with the “Exclusive” full leather interior, featuring stitched diamond patterns and inlaid colored seams.
Since all of the tuning components of LUMMA Design come with a TÜV technical component report, they could be easily included in the car documents. The assembly of these components could be undertaken by LUMMA Design or any workshop at reasonable package prices.