BMW X6M by Cam Shaft

18 Sep 2013 6:00 pm | BMW, Cars
Let’s get one thing straight: I think that the BMW X6 is the ugliest car ever rolled out of the production line of the Bavarian car manufacturer. Generally speaking, all these new-generation vehicles that BMW has developed in recent years have lost that bold character and defining lines and looks that have established this brand. Personally, I think that BMW cars developed in the ’80s and early ’90s are most representative for the Bavarian builder.. and most beautiful as well.Now, my controversial opinion aside, some say that the BMW X6M is just perfect, a looker with high performance just waiting to take you on a wild ride. Cam Shaft disagrees, so they’ve teamed up with  PP-Performance to build their own version, a mightier and dark version of the German sporty crossover. It can’t get any worse, so let’s check it out!
First of all Cam Shaft spent €2,450 ($3,270) on the foil wrap that includes a frozen anthracite matte metallic with diamond black matte metallic accents, after which they continued by fitting the vehicle with an assortment of Vorsteiner carbon-fiber parts – including the hood, front and rear spoilers and a rear diffuser. Cam Shaft payed special attention to the rims, which are painted in a glossy graphite metallic. It was PP-Performance and its team’s turn to go to work, and for the moderate price of €16,600 ($22,160) they boosted the X6M’s 4.4-liter turbocharged V8 from 547hp (555PS) and 680Nm (501 lb-ft) to 710hp (720PS) and (737 lb-ft) respectively. This BMW received its final  touch via a KW suspension tune that includes new coil-overs.
So, what do you think? It’s still too ugly for me! But feel free to check out the video below.