Lumma Design is headed for Geneva, armed with this BMW X6 M-based CLR X 650 M. The big monster SAV pushes out 478kW (650hp).

Lumma Design wants to turn heads when it takes the wraps off this stunning CLR X 650 M at the Geneva Motor Show. The beast is based on the BMW X6 M but with vast underlying differences.

Using the same twin turbo V8 found in the 408kW (555 PS / 547 hp) factory vehicle, Lumma engineers managed to pull out 478kW (650 PS / 641 hp) and mammoth torque of 830Nm (612 lb-ft). The top speed also increased with power to 312km/h (184 mph).

Lumma Design credits the improvements to "catalyst replacement pipes," a sports exhaust system with four tailpipes, and extra work on the engine electronics. Grip is provided by wide ultra high-performance Michelin tyres running on 23-inch Blackline Monoblock wheels. The suspension has been lowered by 40 millimetres.

The aerodynamic kit is made up of pieces like a front fascia with the LED daytime running lights, wheel house extensions, side skirts, a new rear spoiler and rear fascia.

Interior appointments include a leather/ ultra-suede covered sports steering wheel, aluminium pedals and foot rests, as well as a Lumma speedometer that reads up to 360km/h (224 mph).

Gallery: LUMMA CLR X 650 M Based on BMW X6 M Pre-Geneva Reveal