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2014 BMW M6 Gran Coupe Mirr6r GC by Hamann

Hamann’s BMW M6 Coupe Mirr6r program was arguably one of the aftermarket stars back in March at the Geneva Motor Show .

Turns out, the popularity of the Mirr6r program compelled the German tuner to prepare another one; this time for the M6 Coupe’s cousin, the M6 Gran Coupe . Oh, and the car is on display at the Frankfurt Motor Show , making the Mirr6r program two-for-two in the two biggest auto shows of the year.

The cosmetic modifications look pretty similar to the first Mirr6r program with upgrades ranging from a 40 mm (1.6-inch) wide body kit, a carbon-fiber hood with its own air outlets, larger wheel arches, fresh bumpers, new side skirts, and of course, the completely ostentatious mirror-like finish of the body. Rounding out the exterior modifications is the set of 21-inch forged wheels, a new rear spoiler and a rear diffuser.

Moving inside, the treatment done on the M6 Mirr6r GC include a wide range of leather and Alcantara options that the customer can choose from. It’s this kind of custom upgrade that will really bring out the personality of the client as well as completely personalize the already attention grabbing nature of Hamann’s program.

Hamann didn’t announce any modifications to the drivetrain, so this M6 Gran Coupe retains the same 4.4-liter V-8 engine that delivers 560 horsepower — 575 horsepower with the Competition Package — and 502 pound-feet of torque. This is enough to launch the four-door coupe to 60 mph in as few as 4.1 seconds (4.3 seconds with a manual transmission).

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2013 BMW M6 Mirr6r Coupe by Hamann

BMW M6 Mirr6r by Hamann

To say that Hamann’s Mirr6r program for the BMW M6 is shiny can be a little bit of an understatement. The chrome finish on the body is definitely eye catching, if not glaring when parked under the sun. But that’s not the only thing special about the Mirr6r program because Hamann went to great lengths to ratchet up the aggressive look of the luxury sports car, fitting it with a bevy of new aerodynamic components with the intention of improving its looks and handling characteristics.

No performance modifications were given, which meant the M6’s 560-horsepower 4.4-liter V-8 engine remained unchanged.

Press Release

HAMANN has already shown how exciting racing can be for the road at this year’s Geneva Motor Show. In keeping with the then world premier of the refined BMW M6, the specialists with motor sport in their genes showed the BMW M6 Gran Coupé transformed into the "MIRROR" to the world for the first time at the IAA International Motor Show in Frankfurt.

Trademark of the large four-door car with the Coupé lines (F06 type) is the
Widebody, which the factory in Laupheim, Germany precisely confers on the large car from BMW. The four part tailor-made suit consists of the front bumper spoiler with large air intakes, new front wings, side skirts, the wing extensions at the rear, the rear spoiler and the three-part centre rear panel and the rear wing. In addition HAMANN has treated the BMW to a bonnet completely made from black carbon as well as a rear spoiler for additional downforce at high speeds. The MIRROR does not carry the Widebody name without reason: the body has gained an impressive 40 millimetres in width.




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