It’s all about excess.
The BMW X6 M is one of those cars that just doesn’t make a lot of sense. It doesn’t offer any sort of additional cargo space, it doesn’t really go off-road, and it doesn’t have the same center of gravity as a true sports car. But who cares when you have 555 horsepower and a set of COR Levinson wheels?
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Excess is the name of the game for the BMW X6 M. It has a high price tag and doesn’t offer the same utility as other cars, but it has that special BMW M touch that sets it apart from anything in its class. Its styling may be hit or miss depending on personal tastes, but with a set of COR Levinson forged wheels, it’s a guaranteed show stopper.
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COR Levinson forged wheels were chosen for the German Sport Activity Coupe as they reflect the muscular looks and unbelievable performance of the X6 M. The COR Levinson wheel offers a slight concave design that oozes confidence and power, and gives any vehicle a dynamic stance.
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The Alpine White 2012 BMW X6 M was fitted with a staggered set of COR Levinson wheels in a 22 x 10 front and 22 x 12 rear setup. Each wheel was given Matte Seal Grey centers with a hand brushed Titanium Clear outer rim. Custom billet “FTW” center caps were also fitted as a unique extra to the stunning fitment.
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To help put all 555 horsepower to the ground, the Levinson wheels were all fitted with grippy Pirelli PZero rubber. The 285/35/22 front and 335/30/22 rear setup will help improve handling for the SAC and reach a 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds from rest.
A 555 horsepower BMW X6 M with COR Levinson wheels is definitely worthy of a “For the Win.”
BMW X6 Wheels: COR Levinson
Wheel Type: Forged, 12 double-spokes
Finish: Matte Seal Grey centers with hand brushed and Titanium Clear outer rim with custom billet “FTW” center caps.
Front Wheels: 22 x 10
Rear Wheels: 22 x 12
Tires: Pirelli PZero
Front Tires: 285/35/22
Rear Tires: 335/30/22