The team from Lumma Design have provided a sneak peak at their aftermarket package for the second generation BMW X6 and I have to admit that I think it is a bit much. It gets a wide body kit with a lower front bumper in carbon, redesigned diffuser incorporating the quad pipes and a new rear spoiler to provide additional downforce. You can also opt for a power upgrade which will take the standard 450 horses, from the 4.4-litre twin-turbo engine, up to a mean 590 hp. The top speed is also increased from 250 km/h to 295 km/h but if you ask me, hitting 295 km/h in a car this size is a little bit hairy. Performance wise the package sounds good but if you look at the renderings below, you will not catch me installing this on my X6 (if I owned one). If you are interested, the package is actually called the CLR X6R.