Official Hartge BMW X6

German tuner Hartge has revealed a new programme for the BMW X6. The total package includes a performance upgrade, additional technical changes, newly designed rims and several interior refinements.

Thanks to a performance module – a supplementary control unit fitted in the engine compartment – the tuner boosts the power output of the X6 xDrive 40d from 306hp (225kW) to 354hp (260kW) and increasing the torque from 600Nm (443lb-ft) to a remarkable 700Nm (516lb-ft). The X6 beats the standard model to 100km/h by 0.6 seconds and to 200km/h by a whole 6.5 seconds. The top speed si increased with 12km/h making 248km/h possible.

Visually, at the rear of the X6 xDrive 40d PU-RIM inserts for the standard rear skirt and two stainless steel tail pieces with quadrilateral tail pipes (170 x 85mm) are added. Another Hartge accessory for the X6 is the sports spring set, which includes a level control system for the rear axle and lowers the vehicle by 30mm. A set of 22 inch Hartge ‘Classic 2’ wheels (10.5 x 22 inch offset 33 with 295/30 ZR 22 tyres at the front and 12.0 x 22 inch offset 23 with 335/25 ZR 22 at the rear) are also available in anthracite. Rounding off the exterior is a set of Hartge emblems for the bonnet and boot lid, and carbon casings for the door mirrors.

The interior of the Hartge X6 is enhanced by special carbon interior trim for the dashboard, consoles and panels, as well as a Hartge three-spoke leather steering wheel, on request with carbon inserts, and a 300km/h speedometer with silver-metallic dial and red needles. Other options include a set of two aluminium pedals for the automatic transmission and a matching footrest. Hartge velour mats in black or, on request, other colours round off the interior.


  1. Another body kit with stick on wheel arches. It just looks so cheap. It’s what a teenager would put on their saxo.

    In my view, if you’re going to widen the wheel arches, you have to replace the whole panel.


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