LUMMA BMW CLR X6 R Will Be Ready In 2015
LUMMA BMW CLR X6 R is presented here only in draft design. The new F16 series is getting prepared and the designers and technicians at the tuning company are currently developing the first examples of the car. LUMMA CLR X6 R is scheduled to debut at the Geneva Motor Show in 2015. The most striking modification of the Sport Activity Coupe is its widebody transformation. The body kit that it is equipped with widens the car by 50 millimeters on each side thanks to the wheel arch enlargements with air boxes on both axles. This gives the BMW even more muscular stance.
In order to appropriately match the broad shoulders, the tuners developed a front spoiler bumper bar with integrated, shaded LED double lamps and the LUMMA-typical daytime running lights in two-fold design. The base of the front spoiler is made of carbon fiber. From the same material are made the base parts of the side skirts, which are then fitted with ventilation ducts.
At the back, what catches the eye immediately is the rear apron bumper bar with diffuser, which houses the four tail pipes of the sports exhaust system. In addition, the rear spoiler delivers improved downforce on the rear axle and is optically and aerodynamically complemented by a roof spoiler. The BMW also gets a new engine hood made of ultra-light carbon fiber. It features centrally-installed massive air vent, and deaeration systems on both sides.
LUMMA BMW CLR X6 R will also get performance boost via enlarged turbo-chargers, valve-controlled sports exhaust system with racing catalyzers and electronic optimization. The result will be an increase of horsepower from 450 hp (330 kW) to 590 hp (434 kW). The troque will be also raised from 650 Nm (478 lb-ft) to 850 Nm (627 lb-ft). Of course, the top speed will be also changed: from 250 km/h to 295 km/h.
The increased power will be transmitted onto the road with the help of special super sports LUMMA CLR Racing wheels. They measure 10x22 inches on the front axle and 12x22 inches on the rear axle. They come in the standard finishes of silver and matt black. The rims are fitted with Vredestein Ultrac Vorti tires in the dimensions of 295/30-22 and 335/25-22, at the front and rear respectively.
Going inside, it is visible that LUMMA Design did there extensive work. The tuners have used high-end materials such as fine leather and alcantara, decorated the seats in contrast colors, and embossed on them the LUMMA emblem. The new LUMMA developed seats also offer more side support and integrated airbags.
At the rear of the passenger's compartment, there have been added individual sports seats. Even the safety belt was adapted to the color scheme. The BMW also gets velours floor mats and baggage trunk mat made of leather and fitted with the LUMMA crest logo. What rounds up the interior are the new aluminum pedal systems including foot rest.
Source: LUMMA Design