First it was installed on the X6 M. We said, okay, fine, it's the biggest, baddest model that BMW M makes and that Lumma wants to tune. Great. But now the wild widebody aerodynamic kit, consisting of a replacement front, sides, fenders, and rear with diffuser, takes its place on all models of X6. To this, we say, "Hold up."

Yes, it is unique and eye-catching, but on an already questionable and controversial model, the kit really doesn't make sense. It isn't beautiful nor is it likely to be inexpensive.

Along with the kit, Lumma recently introduced a quad-exhaust, ECU tuning, and what it calls a Gas Pedal Power Module. This system allows for a more responsive pedal actuation. If your X6 happens to be one from the halls of M, power output jumps up 123 horsepower to 670 horsepower total (up 20 horsepower from Lumma's first X6 M). A set of 20-inch wheels also hints at the X6's distinctness. Like the body kit, each component can be installed on every X6 iteration.

There is also a complete makeover of the interior, which includes new instruments, leather hide replacement, carbon fiber trim, and aluminum pedals.

So, you know our opinion regarding the Lumma X6, but what about yours?

Source: Lumma Design