German tuners keep experimenting with wide body kits for the current BMW M6 sports car. In this particular case, the overweight performance coupe looks like a sumo wrestler in a football armor.
It’s been more than a year since the Bavarian company introduced its facelifted 2008 BMW 6-Series coupe and convertible sport cars. Clearly looking more muscular and energetic (and less than an overweight shark on a high-calorie diet), the refreshed 6-series attracted lots of attention both from motorists and tuning specialists that immediately started churning out new appearance and power upgrade programs for the German vehicle.
German super-tuner AC Schnitzer will soon start selling its new tuning package for the refreshed 2008 BMW 6-Series coupes and convertibles.
BMW has finally unveiled details regarding its facelifted 6 Series coupe and convertible performance vehicles. According to preliminary info disseminated by the German car manufacturer, the refreshed pair of luxury sports cars will feature even more powerful engines that will probably be more fuel efficient than the ones powering the outgoing models.
Dear Santa! This year I have been a very, very good boy. I have been working hard, helping my mom and wife with housework and I even recycled. Once. Now, would you please, please, oh, please present me a new Bimmer, just like the latest 2007 Limited Edition Individual BMW M6 Convertible, almost available for order via the Neiman Marcus Christmas Book?!
German super-tuner AC Schnitzer plans to assemble a small party of its extreme AC Schnitzer TENSION Street Version based on 2007 BMW M6 coupes. First presented a year ago at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show and based on the BMW E63/E64 6-Series sports coupes, the German fighter jets stun their pilots with 0-60 mph acceleration time of some 4.4 seconds and a top speed of more than 200 mph.Well, AC Schnitzer plans to make the car even better.
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.
The German Lumma Design tuning company has recently offered its new pimp-my-ride-style CLR 600 wide body kit for the BMW M6 performance coupe. Basically, the kit offers nothing but a set of plastic parts that add more weight and don’t look terribly beautiful from the point of view of pure aesthetics.
It looks like the German car manufacturer is almost ready to officially present its new 2007 BMW M6 Cabriolet. In place of hazy spy photos and lots of camo on the most interesting parts, we see a stunning (albeit a bit overweight) gentleman’s sports car based on their award-winning super-coupe. As usual for the series, the car will be offered with a huge V10 engine mated to a fast-shift gearbox and will have a pretty impressive (for a luxury car) acceleration.