We are accustomed to A. Kahn Design (formerly known as Project Kahn, for those of you wondering) working its styling touch on various Land Rover SUVs, but BMW tunes are far more rare for the British company.
Scheduled for a release in the forthcoming weeks, is Kahn's elaborate styling package for the BMW X6 that brings many changes to both the exterior and the interior of the Bavarian brand's sports crossover.
Beginning with the outside, Kahn Design developed a wide body kit that butches up the X6 with flared fender extensions that make room for huge alloy wheels, protruding side skirts with chrome sills bearing the tuner's name, new front and rear bumpers and a ventilated replacement hood.
The personalization continues inside where Kahn dressed the X6's seats in black and carbon quilted and perforated leather with contrast stitching, while also adding leather and Alcantara steering wheel, quilted leather center glove box, and a custom instrument panel.
More photos and details on the tune are to be released in the weeks coming ahead.