We have the full roundup on the new BMW Performance upgrades available on the BMW X6. Pictures and more inside.
BMW will be introducing a new set of mods for the BMW X6 at the Geneva Motor Show. The upgrades from the BMW Performance division will be retrofittable and available for new purchases.
Modifications are available for the aerodynamics, powertrain, suspension, and the cabin. These items can all be purchased individually.
The aerodynamics accesories available include new front and rear bumpers, and sidesills all in body color. Also available is a front grid, rear fins, and rear spoiler. BMW is also offering 21-inch Y-spoke light alloy wheels.
From June, X6 owners can also purchase a set of performance upgrades for vehicles with either the petrol straight-six or V8 engines. Output on the V8 is boosted by 41 PS (30 kW / 40 hp) to 449 PS (330 kW / 443 hp), while torque is increased by 50 Nm (37 lb-ft) to 650 Nm (479 lb-ft). Meanwhile, the six-cylinder gets an increase of 20 PS (15 kW / 20 hp) and 50 Nm to 326 PS (240 kW / 322 hp) / 450 Nm (332 lb-ft). 0-100 km/h is improved for both the xDrive50i and xDrive35i by 0.2 seconds.
Other options available will include a sport exhaust with chrome-plated tailpipes, flat-bottomed steering wheel in Alcantara, and aluminum pedals. You can read more about the upgrades for the BMW X6 in the press release below.