Lumma's CLR X 650 M Hits Web Ahead of Geneva Debut, Gets New Paintjob

Automobile Staff

Should BMW’s X6 M not whet your whistle for a high-performance crossover, Lumma Design may have something more to your tastes. The tuner is working on its new CLR x 650 M, a tuned X6 that’s reportedly capable of hitting 194 mph.

That speed is largely attainable thanks to a modified form of the twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 found in the X6 M and X5 M. While the production models crank out 555 hp and 501 lb-ft of torque, the Lumma-tuned mill throws down 650 hp and 612 lb-ft of torque. Power is reined in with massive Brembo brakes, and it appears the suspension has been lowered slightly. Then again, it could simply be the massive 23-inch wheels playing tricks on our eyes.

Lumma has a fetish for such wild wheels, but loves crafting bodywork to match. For the X6, Lumma added wider fender flares, new side skirts, and one wild-looking front clip. Inside, the CLR x 650 M receives upgraded leather, and the (seemingly) requisite carbon fiber trim accents.

Look for Lumma’s wide, wild X6 to debut at the 2010 Geneva motor show.

Source: Lumma Design

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