As if the BMW XM didn’t stand out enough already, Mansory has made the performance SUV even bolder.
The German tuner has released renders of a BMW XM body kit which it says has an “extraordinary aerodynamics programme”.
It comes complete with a carbon-fibre bonnet and fully forged wheels, and Mansory says its customers can also customise the interior of their XM.
Based on the rendered images, the bonnet gets a unique two-tone design with a carbon-fibre centre and distinctive air intakes.
There are colour-coded brake calipers and extended side skirts with a textured finish similar to that applied to the front bumper and bonnet.
Down back, there’s an aggressive rear spoiler with black accents. The rear bumper also has a textured black finish as seen elsewhere on the vehicle.
There’s also a new diffuser, plus air intakes on either side of the vertically stacked dual exhausts.
While it’s unclear what is under the bonnet of the Mansory XM, BMW offers three plug-in hybrid powertrain options.
The entry-level XM 50e, not offered here, has a twin-turbocharged inline six-cylinder engine mated to an electric motor, with total system outputs of 350kW of power and 700Nm of torque.
The XM is offered in Australia with a twin-turbo 4.4-litre V8 PHEV powertrain in two tunes.
The standard model pumps out total system outputs of 480kW and 800Nm, while the Label Red produces 550kW and 1000Nm.
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