Aside from the German tuning firm Hamann, the fellow Bavarian automotive restyling experts at Lumma Design are the second tuners scheduled to unveil an appearance package for the high horsepower BMW X6 M. Called CLR X650 M, the kitted sport activity vehicle will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show wearing a set of bold bumpers, aggressive side skirts and a more pronounced rear spoiler while riding on a set of oversized alloys measuring 23 inches in diameter.

The twin turbocharged 4.4 Liter V8 engine has been tweaked to produce a total of 650 HP and can now sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in 4.5 seconds and reach a ridiculous 194 MPH top speed.

UPDATE 06/22/2010: Check out what happens when Lumma Design partners together with TopCar by checking out the Lumma CLR X650 M’s photo session in a beautiful Monte Carlo Blue. Photos after the jump!

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Lumma was the tuner responsible for the technology, while TopCar made sure the interior got a beautiful makeover. TopCar also provided some input on the color scheme combination and wheels. Next to this amazing Monte Carlo Blue exterior color, the CLR X 650 M can also be ordered in White and Deep Blue.

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  (648) posted on 02.14.2010

this HB car is more likely a racing car just like Ford Focus, Mazda3 and Subaru Impreza. The V8 engine and 194mph speed is amazing!

  (570) posted on 02.7.2010

Improving this car’s offroad capabilities is much more significant in my opinion. The last thing the X6 M needed was more power.

  (534) posted on 02.3.2010

No difference between this M and normal 4.4 for the exterior except the engine, front looks ok but the rear is ugly! Actually I haven’t seen any tuner who could fix a nice body kit on the X6

  (708) posted on 02.3.2010

Well that is a very neat tuned car. I like it on how black and blue makes everything work. I wonder how it will perform on turns though since it has such a powerful V8 engine. The thing that I find with some cars with such engine is that they don’t really handle turns well cause of too much power. I don’t know if its just me or its the car.

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