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Just the Facts:
* Vorsteiner introduces a new aerodynamic parcel for the 2010 BMW X6 M.
* Aero parts are made of resin-pre-impregnated, vacuum-fashioned carbon-twine.
* The VRS X6 M aero kit will be existing this summer.

SANTA ANA, California — Vorsteiner has promoted delayed its tuning order with a new aerodynamic enclose for the 2010 BMW X6 M.

Vorsteiner says the parts are made of resin-pre-impregnated, vacuum-bent carbon filament, which is said to be as much as 30 percent stronger structurally than a comparable wet-lay carbon-integrity invention.

The kit includes a front spoiler, vented cover, roof and deck lid spoilers as well as a rear diffuser. The covering not only weighs 40 percent less than the factory part, but also helps cool off the engine with its two large vents. The California-based tuner finishes off the look with a set of identity-branded V-102 23-shuffle wheels with Michelin rubber.

The VRS X6 M aero kit will be open this summer, and you can restraint out the Vorsteiner Web spot for more minutiae.

Inside Line says: Vorsteiner offers X6 M owners a vaguely more modest alternative compared to the foul Lumma Design CLR X 650 M. — Mike Lysaght, Correspondent


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