Black BMW X5 M by Z-Performance Is a Real Kicker

Full tuning programs on a BMW are pretty rare, as it demands a lot of money, time and dedication. Not that famous tuners firms won`t have what it takes to deliver such impressive rides. However, some of them resort to just exterior and interior highlights.

The BMW X5 M seen in the media gallery below is a fine example of a fully-modified SUV, with modifications comprising the exterior, interior and power underneath the skin. It thus become one of the most complete programs in the aftermarket segment.

Responsible for this makeover is Z Performance tuner firm, well-known for its impressive power upgrades on different supercars or sports cars. Today, I am glad to present to you in details and pictures the X5 M n question.

First off, the model wears a cool black wrap with one-off alloy wheels from Z-Performance. It involves the fitting of 22-inch rims, measuring 10.5- and 12.0-inch, in and out respectively, and are finished in matte black in the center. Second, to go with the wheels is the new set of coil-over suspension system which brings our X5 M closer to the ground, providing thus increased stance.

As for exterior highlights, the BWX5 M by Z-Performance features a lot of dark tint on the lamps, window and reflectors, all complementing the car`s black panels and alloy wheels. There is also a carbon fiber front spoiler and rear diffuser which make it even more standout.

At the rear, the bespoke exhaust system with carbon fiber exhaust tips also announces a power boost under the hood, and a wider engine soundtrack. In the stock form, the X5 M comes with a 4.4-liter V8 TwinPower Turbo mill with 575 horsepower and 553 lb-ft of torque, allowing an acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.0 seconds, at a topping of 250 km/h. With the new power kit from Z-Performance tuner via Gorilla Performance, the X5 M in question now outputs 750 horsepower, which is quite astonishing.

You can find out more about the car`s new program in the media gallery below!

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