AC Schnitzer has become the first tuner to create a real life styling package for the new BMW X6, the controversial model which is actually a sales success, despite the critics that compared the BMW X6 with the Pontiac Aztec.
Even though it may be limited and missing side skirts and miscellaneous fender flaring components or typical roof wings, you can benefit from AC Schnitzer’s aero kit that consists of a front bumper fascia with diagonal air intakes and repositioned fog lights, a massive rear bumper fascia with diffuser skirt, as well as integrated exhaust pipe openings. By painting the components body-color throughout, which is different from the original, the BMW X6 gets a ‘closer to the ground’ appearance.
There is a new Motor Control Unit for the 3.0dX and 3.5dX diesel versions. Although we can not provide performance information for the moment, apparently a unique suspension spring kit for the BMW X6 has been developed on the North Loop of the Nürburgring, as AC Schnitzer states. The wheels are AC Schnitzer’s new 22-inch Type VII multi-piece alloy wheels painted black.