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BMW X6 Performance Unlimited for the Japanese market

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Company BMW declared release of the limited series of sports off-road car X6 Performance Unlimited for the Japanese market. In total 20 cars which deliveries will begin already in the end of this month will be exhausted.

In the list of a technical stuffing – the six with the double turbo-supercharging, interfaced to a 8-speed automatic transmission, and also semi-hybrid technology. Besides X6 Performance Unlimited it is plentifully flavoured by a considerable quantity of options from BMW Performance and BMW Individual. Outside – the new aerodynamic weather-cloth consisting of a front bumper, lateral spoilers and the rear choke tube.

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July 14th, 2010

M6 Hurricane CS – the fastest BMW on a planet

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Command G-Power constantly tries to make madman BMW on a planet, combining rotorno-piston engines with accurately altered suspender and aerodynamics to reach improbable speeds.

The last creation, M6 Hurricane CS, took a standard set from Hurricane RS on the basis of M5, has added two superchargers to 5-litre V10, having increased capacity to 740 horsepowers and 800Нм a twisting moment.
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December 20th, 2009

BMW M6 CLR600 Lumma

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BMW has presented the most extreme version of the supercoupe M6. The new car under name BMW M6 CLR600 Lumma is faster, than standard М6, which having under a cowl engine V10 in volume of 5,0 l. Capacity 507 h.p. does not differ quiet customs. But M6 CLR600 Lumma it is even more aggressive “animal”. It has the same engine. Continue reading “BMW M6 CLR600 Lumma” »

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June 12th, 2007