Would You Drive A BMW X6 M If It Was Wrapped Like This?

M Performance

We're not so sure about this.

The BMW X6 M is one hot piece of German engineering. This $100,000 performance SUV has an absolutely monstrous 4.4-liter twin turbo V-8 capable of producing an astounding 567 horsepower and an insane 553 lb-ft of torque. In other words, this baby hauls ass and we would drive one in a heartbeat. Also, if we were lucky enough to own one of these mean machines, we certainly wouldn’t feel the need to add any extra modifications. The car is already perfect as it comes.

This leads us to question why someone felt compelled to slap a metallic pink wrap on to this X6 M. We simply cannot understand it. Yeah it looks kind of cool for some, but it’s certainly not our cup of tea. But this begs the question: if you were given a new X6 M on the condition that you had to drive it with this crazy wrap, would you?

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