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Admittedly we’ve never heard of Enco Exclusive until now (OK, maybe once), so we decided to do a little research and dig a little into the company to see what they’re all about. A quick visit to their website reveals that they actually work on a lot of different cars, from German to Italian but mostly focusing on high-end automobiles. Your typical Audi, Porsche, Maserati and Bentley are in their gallery along with Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maybach. So it seems like they definitely have the experience in customizing cars, having been in the business for around 10 years.
Their BMW X6 project has us torn as to whether or not we like it. We attribute it mostly to the two-tone silver and matte black paint, which doesn’t flow so well on the SUV. But the widebody (courtesy of fender flares) and the body kit as a whole is pretty clean, with a menacing look to the front. What we’re really digging about the entire package however is the custom rear conversion and how they housed the rear exhaust.
It takes a little bit of getting used to after seeing it initially, but it’s pretty sleek and definitely something we don’t see very often. It’s probably a little too high up for most people’s tastes but it gets a ton of unique-factor points from us. As mentioned before, the Enco X6 sports a new front and rear bumper, side skirts and wider fender flares along with 23-inch Enco-Jura wheels in a glossy black finish. The doors are also modified for the widebody conversion.
It looks like the entire package including wheels and tires is available for around $19,000 USD. Probably not made for everyone, but we’ve definitely seen worse.
GALLERY: Enco Exclusive BMW X6
[Source: Zer Customs]