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ArmorTech has attempted to do the impossible: make the BMW X6 attractive by making it more impractical.

While this is no easy task, the Russian tuner transformed the X6 into a coupe by pushing the B-pillar backwards, adding 250mm (9.8 inch) longer front doors, and moving the rear window forward 200mm (7.9 inches). As part of the conversion, the company also installed modified front seats which tilt and slide forward to allow passengers easy access to the rear seat.

If customers aren't happy with getting a standard X6 coupe, they can order engine upgrades, a sportier suspension, a modified exhaust, and a high performance braking system. Other optional accessories include aftermarket wheels, an aggressive body kit, leather / alcantara upholstery, a sport steering wheel, and unique interior trim.

No word on pricing, but ArmorTech says the vehicle will be available worldwide.

Gallery: BMW X6 2-door conversion by AmorTech announced

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