Hamann MotorSport revealed a new customization program for the BMW X6 M. The exterior kit includes a new front bumper with LED daytime running lamps, central rear muffler, small rear spoiler, fiberglass roof spoiler and 23" Ultra-light forged 3-piece alloy wheels.
As for the engine, thanks to a recalibration of standard ECU the total output has been raised to 610 HP at 6000 RPM (up from a standard 555 HP) and the peak torque to 780 Nm at 1500 - 5650 RPM (up from 680 Nm). The top speed has also been increased to 180 MPH.
And if this is not enough for you, Hamann can go even further. With the addition of Sport high-performance catalysts, intermediate pipe with x-venturi, sport rear muffler with 4 tailpipes and optimized curve maps the output can be raised to 670 HP and the peak torque to 850 Nm from 1,500 - 5,650 RPM. In this case the X6 M’s top speed is 183 MPH.
It seems that the Volcano is a very successful model for Hamann. After the first white model and the Red Edition revealed at the Frankfurt Show, the German tuner has also created a Yellow Edition. besides the paint scheme it brings no modifications to the Volcano supercar.
The Volcano is powered by a 5.4 Liter V8 boosted from 626 HP all the way up to a clean 700 HP, this drops .2 seconds off the car’s 0 to 60 MPH time which now clocks in at 3.6 seconds and is able to reach a top speed of 216 MPH.
The tuning kit also includes a new front spoiler, a redesigned rear bumper, new side sills, a big rear wing spoiler, a new rear bumper with integrated air diffuser and 21 inch Edition Race wheels.
The high performance tuning house Hamann has just unveiled the Volcano based on the McLaren SLR super car. The Volcano is powered by a 5.4 Liter V8 boosted from 626 HP all the way up to a clean 700 HP, this drops .2 seconds off the car’s 0 to 60 MPH time which now clocks in at 3.6 seconds and is able to reach a top speed of 216 MPH.
Aside from the bold new paint scheme, the Volcano wears an extremely aggressive body kit complete with bare carbon fiber fender flares and a very sharp front lip. Hamann even saw fit to incorporate a few stylish LED driving lights underneath the front air dam and a carbon fiber roof scoop up top. Now Hamann is typically known for their powerful creations, but this particular SLR is just completely over the top. What the heck. If you are going to introduce a new tuner car at the Frankfurt Motor Show, why not go all out.
At first glance the diminutive FIAT 500 might look like an ordinary uninteresting city car, however the high performance modification specialists at Hamann beg to differ. The German tuners have added a very sporty aerodynamic package made from light weight composite materials that transforms the way you will think about the little 500. The Hamann body kit consists of a redesigned front bumper complete with integrated LED lights, a set of wider fender flares for all four corners, a pair of lower hanging side skirts and a quad tipped exhaust complete with a redesigned rear diffuser. The components not only improve the FIAT 500 aesthetically, but they also make space for the wider wheels and tires that the tuner places underneath.
Hamann has increased the output of FIAT 500 by allowing it to exhale a little better. The tuners have incorporated a new exhaust manifold, high flow catalytic converter and a stainless steel exhaust to increase the 500’s engine output all the way up to 265 HP at 5,630 RPM and 257 lb-ft of torque at 4,200 RPM.
The Hamann Largo’s black body is set off by the set of matte black 18 inch rims that hide the larger brakes and Hamann coil over suspension underneath, the latter lowers the car by up to 3 inches, this not only gives the Fiat 500 a more aggressive stance, but also lowers the car’s center of gravity and dramatically improves the 500’s handling.
For most a car like the Ferrari California is nothing more than a dream, let alone a tuned version of Maranello’s latest hard roof drop top sports car. The aftermarket manufacturer Hamann has just unveiled their latest creation at the Frankfurt Motor Show, a customization package for the Italian sports car that improves both its appearance and performance with a host of carbon fiber aerodynamic pieces as well as a 20% bump in power.
Back in January the tuning house Hamann released an appearance package for the BMW X6 sports activity vehicle, the modified car was then called the Tycoon for its over the top styling featuring bold arches and a redesigned front end filled with all sorts of scoops and air vents. Well it is now September and the aftermarket specialists are preparing to debut the next step in their tuning program at the upcoming Frankfurt Motor Show.
The BMW Tycoon EVO comes complete with a new set of widened front fenders and rear quarter panel extensions made of a lightweight composite that adds about two inches to the X6’s width. The front bumper is similar to before except that this time there are two rows of powerful LED running lights inside the large air vents on either side of the car as well as the traditional projector fog lamps as well. The side skirts bring the body closer to the ground and at the same time bring it out to meet the new wide fenders. Out back is a pair of wings, more vents than you can shake a stick at and a mild diffuser at the bottom that frames two large fat pipes stick out from behind the middle of the Tycoon EVO letting onlookers know that this is no SUV to be messing with.
Hamann has a plan to increase the output of any BMW that could wear the Tycoon EVO kit. The 3.0 Liter twin turbocharged inline six cylinder engine found in the BMW X6 xDrive35i has been tuned to produce a maximum output of 360 hp and almost 400 lb-ft of torque, while the diesel powered xDrive30d now delivers a peak of 265 HP and 443 lb-ft of torque and the xDrive35d now makes 320 HP and 487 lb-ft of torque. The most powerful of all the X6 models, the xDrive50i with its 5.0 Liter twin turbo direct injected V8 gets 501 HP and 516 lb-ft of twist while the Tycoon EVO’s top speed goes up to 186 MPH.
The Mercedees Benz G Wagon celebrated it’s 30 anniversiry this year, and Hamann is celebrating by giving the Austrian military’s favorite fast attack vehicle a birthday present in the form of a complete makeover, both inside and out of this G55 AMG as well as under the hood. Owners can choose from either a mild 35 HP upgrade, or go all out with the HM 600 performance kit that beefs up the 5.4 Liter engine with a blower to produce 600 HP and 576 lb-ft of torque, and like we said before, can go from 0 to 60 MPH in 5.1 seconds and hit a top speed of 162 MPH. Pretty impressive for an all-terrain machine.
From the outside, Hamann has upgraded the Typhoon with an oversized grill, carbon fiber for the mirrors, door handles and fender vents. There is a new front spoiler that lowers the front end of the vehicle giving it a more sporty appearance, just like the rear wing. The most impressive features of the Typhoon are the rims, measuring in at 24 inches in diameter, not only are they huge, but the black offsets the cream exterior perfectly.
The interior has been recovered in plush red fabric on the door panels, headliner, armrests and seat inserts. The interior is further dressed up with a few carbon fiber trim pieces as well as a couple more red accents. Aside from the wild materials, for the most part, the Typhoon’s interior is exactly like it left the factory, the perfect compliment for any tuner. So if you feel like celebrating along with the boys at Hamann, give them a ring and see what they can do with your G wagon.
Even if it was just unveiled, the new BMW 5-Series GT has undergone its initial round of customization from the German tuner Hamann. Even if there are no official details about the modified GT, it is apparent that the kit will start by transforming the sporty 5-Series’ front end with a modified front bumper as well as a new rear unit, some new exhaust tips a different set of tailpipes, a set of Hamann’s signature wheels painted black as well as a host of unique interior accessories.
The BMW 5-Series GT is currently being offered with three different engines. The first is the new 3.0 Liter turbocharged straight six that makes 306 HP and 295 lb-ft of torque, a 4.4 Liter twin turbo V8 producing 408 HP and a 3.0 Liter turbo diesel mill that makes 245 HP, but we are expecting to see an improvement of at least 30 HP or more from the aftermarket manufacturer.
The German tuning firm Hamann has just revealed a new tuning kit for the all-terrain Mercedes Benz G55 AMG. Thanks to a few aftermarket performance products, the Hamann Typhoon is now able to sprint from 0 to 60 MPH in just 5.1 seconds, unbelievable performance for an off-roader. But after all, the G is the Austrian Military’s favorite Fast Attack Vehicle.
The BMW tuning specialist Hamann Motorsports, not to be outdone by fellow Germans at AC Schnizter, have come up with their own wheel and tire package for the new Z4 roadster. Hamann has been tight lipped about their plans for the new drop top, but what we can tell by the photos is that they are offering the rollers in a variety of attractive styles.