The Frankfurt Motor Show is just around the corner and automakers are still releasing tidbits of information to keep our interest until the doors open on September 13, 2011. It’s BMW’s turn now, and the German automaker is packing their Frankfurt bags with an M Performance range of accessories for the X6 M, as well as accessories for the X5 M.

The BMW X6M Performance Edition will be easily recognizable with its CSL tri-color stripes slathered on the new BMW M Performance carbon front splitter and the model-specific BMW M Performance side skirts, among other places. The exterior is then further tweaked with a new black front grille, a BMW M Performance rear spoiler, and black BMW M Performance tail fins. Polishing off the look of the X6M is a new set of 21-inch BMW M Performance light alloy wheels in a double-spoke design.

Next to the exterior modifications provided for the vehicle, the BMW X6M also gets a BMW M Performance steering wheel with an Alcantara cover and a flat-bottom rim. The steering wheel also sports three-color M stitching and a center marker in racing blue at the top.

We’ll know more behind the BMW X6M Performance Edition once it debuts in Frankfurt so stay tuned!

  • 2012 BMW X6M Performance Edition
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5 comments:

  (428) posted on 10.24.2011

Well, I am simply impressed with the looks of this one. I love on how they perfectly combined the sporty and the decency of this one, but I’m quite curious on what will be the interior of this one will look like.

  (630) posted on 10.4.2011

Interesting design, I like the combination of red, black and blue lining style of the car. Totally impressive and unique style.

  (532) posted on 09.16.2011

Impressive design. The style of the car is simple but the design in the body is great. Its simple but its colorful. I don’t know if the performance of this car is great

  (331) posted on 09.7.2011

IMO, the CSL tri-color stripes above the rear skirt of the X6 has made the vehicle to look bloat loaded. However, the original production is more appealing than this. I can’t wait to see this vehicle in the Frankfurt Motor Show.

  (365) posted on 09.7.2011

Oh well, it seems that this tuning company is too excited for the release of the vehicle that’s why they they have made aftermarket version before its actual debut! I do hope to see a engine upgrade for this car.

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