German-based tuning firm manages to get even more power out of the BMW X6 while keeping visual enhancements to a minimal.
Senner Tuning has just unveiled their latest creation: an Alpine White 2010 BMW X6 4.0D X-Drive. Powered by a 4.0-liter diesel that normally produces 306hp and 442lb-ft of torque, the German tuning firm increased total output to 336hp and 490lb-ft thanks to an ECU remap and various other modifications. Other add-ons include a performance front bumper with larger air intakes, a rear diffuser, a tailgate and a rear spoiler. The exhaust system has also been modified with new tailpipes.
Equipped with summer tires, Bilstein shocks and springs, the X6 has also been slightly lowered in order to give it a more aggressive stance. Nothing significant was done to the interior, which mainly features a new pedal set that includes a foot rest for the driver. However, this overall minimalist approach is typical of Senner who prides themselves on performing simple enhancements throughout rather than making over-the-top (and often unsightly) cosmetic changes. According to their official press release, this X6 appears to be a one-off for a private customer, and the tuner claims the total job cost some €20,000.