Pictures of the AC Schnitzer Falcon project with end results were just revealed.
Earlier in March the German tuning shop AC Schnitzer announced they will be upgrading the BMW F16 X6. The upgrade was given the name of the Falcon project.
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The Falcon project gave the X6 a series of aerodynamic, suspension and powertrain upgrades. Now pictures of the upgrades in the new tuning project have been revealed.
The upgrade added a new front skirt, rear diffuser along with the AC Schnitzer bonnet vents in export version. Optional chrome elements have also been added along with a new rear wing.
Similarly the upgrade includes new carbon mirror covers and rear skirt protective film. The new body kit extends the body by 50 mm at the front and 90 mm at the rear, according to BMWBlog.
The flared fenders are perfectly filled by the 22-inch wheels. The wheels are being offered in various colors for prospective buyers. The presence of the AC Schnitzer suspension spring kit lowers the car by 30 mm.
As a result the upgraded BMW has a lower center of gravity. The reduction improves driving dynamics and cornering abilities.
As we already know the several power upgrades are available for the X6 family. The X6 xDrive35i features a 3.0 liter six-cylinder turbocharged engine.
In standard form the engine produces 306 horsepower but the ECU has been revamped in the upgrade. As a result the engine now produces 360 horse powers.
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The X6 M also features a power kit which takes the output from 575 hp to 650 hp. The X6 xDrive30d with European specifications also goes from 258 hp to 309 hp with the power kit.