Mansory, a German tuner known for aftermarket packages, has customized the BMW XM, making it even more controversial in appearance.
The comprehensive body kit aims for aerodynamic efficiency but features over-the-top details like a massive roof spoiler, beefy side skirt extensions, and an exposed carbon fiber section on the hood.
The design is expected to split opinions, targeting those who appreciate attention-grabbing aesthetics.
Mansory adds new forged wheels, paints brake calipers to match the body color, and redesigns the exhaust tips and diffuser for a muscular appearance at the rear.
The standard BMW XM has a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine with 644 hp, while the XM Label variant boasts 738 hp. There’s also a BMW XM 50e with a smaller engine and an electric motor, producing 469 hp.
No details are provided regarding a potential power increase from Mansory.
Mansory offers interior customization upon request, enhancing features like the sculptural headliner and the “M Lounge” with extended rear seat backrests onto the door panels.