The appearance kit for the current BMW M6 and a trifle less expensive BMW 645CSI high-performance sports coupes is centered on the set of gullwing-type doors that not making it easier getting out and in the car in an especially tight spot, but also make the vehicles look infinitely cooler than its siblings with ‘normal’ doors.
Although not very well known outside of Japan, the local tuning specialist Curve Auto Design has a good reputation of putting gullwing-doors on anything that has four wheels and an engine.
The latest example of this is the latest BMW M6 super-coupe and the 645CSI tuned to order.
Besides adding the gullwing-doors, the tuning was very subtle.
Designers at Curve Auto Design have only introduced some small modifications to the original front and rear spoilers, added a couple of small air intakes to the body near the rear fenders and a small aileron made of carbon fiber.
The rest goes pretty much unchanged. But, as one can see, the M6 gets completely new, much more aggressive and self-confident, look and feel.
Photos: Curve Auto Design
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