More power, more grip, more… everything. Let’s do all this stuff and then put it on sale to the regular customer that may or may not have the skills to deal with it.
The ethics of this entire industry can be quite unpleasant at times. But then again, it can also be the source of incredibly fun machinery.
Schmidt Revolution aren’t here to change the industry, to move it forward or even to preach us about all the ethics stuff I’ve waltzed by.
They’re here to show us just how much of an effect a set of well chosen wheels can make on a car’s look and how to enhance it even further.
The German custom wheel maker will fit the BMW X6, or even the quicker BMW X6 M version with with a new set of rollers and a fresh lick of paint.
Here’s the new setup those Rhino line wheels use: 10Jx22-inch at the front and and 11Jx22-inch at the back. They’re mated to 275/35 and 315/30 (!) tires.
Those rears will probably stick the power down in a drag racer, let alone the damp punches that come from a BMW SAV.
Oh and as if the Rhino branding of the wheels didn’t impress you, they painted the X6 in a special color which reminds us of the big animal.
So what are you getting after all is done? Well, you’re still reminded that you have a heavy bear of a car. The difference however is that now it actually looks like a huggable Teddy.
As seen on autoevolution