The BMW X6 M Competition is the ultimate version of BMW’s sleek SUV coupe, with 617 horsepower and 553 lb.-ft. of torque out of the factory. But those numbers aren’t ultimate enough for extreme German-based tuner MANHART, so they’ve gone and transformed BMW’s crossover into the radical MHX6 700 WB.
MANHART’s MHX6 700 WB cranks up the power levels of the BMW X6 M Competition to even more absurd levels, with the crossover’s 4.4L biturbo V8 engine now cranking out 720 horsepower and 663 lb.-ft. of torque. MANHART accomplished this massive power increase by adding an MHtronik additional control unit or by remapping the ECU (both result in the same boost, apparently). The tuner also gave the X6 a physical makeover, with the “WB” in the tuned SUV’s name referring to “wide body.” A 24-piece forged carbon body kit has been added, with the lightweight marbled material showing up on the hood, wheel arches, grille outline, and elsewhere. The forged carbon continues to the cabin of the car with a 12-part interior kit. The tuned Bimmer also sits 30mm lower than the stock model thanks to MANHART’s installation of H&R lowering springs. Those interested in obtaining an MHX6 700 WB of their own can reach out through MANHART’s website.