The new BMW M6 F12 doesn’t arrive until later this year. But that hasn’t stopped the German tuning company LUMMA Design from showing what upgrades they’ll offer for BMW’s high-performance GT car when it does actually go on sale. LUMMA’s package includes a number of fairly obvious bodywork changes. Including a new front bumper with lower lip spoiler, a new hood – optionally available in bare carbon fiber, wheel arch extensions, a new rear bumper which hosts a massive diffuser, and a huge rear wing which looks like it came straight off the back of a DTM race car.
LUMMA Design also intend to offer huge split-rim alloy wheels measuring 10×21-inches up front and 12.5×21-inches at the rear – now you know why the kit comes with wheel arch extensions. The only other visible changes to the exterior of the car are the dual center-mount exhaust tips which are neatly housed within the rear diffuser.
On the inside LUMMA Design offer a fairly comprehensive makeover for the M6′s cabin. There’s a huge choice of colors and materials including fine leather, Alcantara and carbon fiber. LUMMA say there really isn’t any constraints on the customer’s options for the interior. They’ll pretty much do anything they’re asked to.
At the moment it looks as if LUMMA Design’s CLR 6 M package for the M6 only covers cosmetic upgrades. Meaning that buyers will have to “make do” with the M6′s standard 4.4 litre 560 horsepower V8 for the time being. Hopefully a few of LUMMA’s engineers will develop some bolt-on go-faster bits as soon as they get their hands on the car in a few months time.
LUMMA Design say the first of their CLR 6 M cars should be reaching their customers early in 2013.
Source: LUMMA Design