The aftermarket specialists at Inside Performance have recently pulled the wraps off their latest creation, an upgrade package for the BMW X6 M, which has been named the Stealth.
The BMW X6 and its top of the line version, the M, is getting ready to receive a new generation probably next year, considering the fact that its brother, the X5, is already being tested, for the 2015 model year. But that doesn’t mean that the X6 has shown everything and in order to prove that the vehicle still has what it takes, the guys at Inside Performance have recently unveiled the so-called BMW X6 M Stealth.
The images posted below are showing the crossover with a wide body kid, similar to the one used by AC Schnitzer, a camouflaged inspired wrap, a glossy black grille, 22-inch Vorsteiner wheels wrapped in Continental Sport tires and a KW coil over suspension system. The cabin has been added with a data display, which is showing just about everything. As for the engine, the 4.4 liter V8 twin turbo unit has been equipped with a stainless sports exhaust system and with an optimized ECU, and it’s now producing more than 700 HP (515 kW) and 850 Nm of torque (627 lb-ft). No pricing details have been released yet.