Swiss tuner, Mansory, may be the king of the over-the-top aftermarket programs, but Hamann’s new "Mirr6r"program for the BMW M6 may just give Mansory a run for its money.

To say that the Mirr6r program is shiny can be a little bit of 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. Notice the new bonnet on the M6 that was installed by Hamann. That one, like the rest of the new components the German tuner added to the M6, is made of carbon fiber.

The program also gives the M6 a wider look, extending the width of the car by 40 mm (1.57 inches) to go with a more pronounced stance. Hamann also did a great job in re-sculpting the M6 in such a way that its lines flow across the side skirts with its air intakes all the way to the rear spoiler, including the integrated carbon Venturi diffuser. And for added downforce, a new carbon rear spoiler was introduced. Rounding out the exterior modifications is a new set of 21-inch ultra-light forged wheels with a choice of either “Edition Race” or “Unique Forged Formula” and wrapped in Vredestein Ultrac Vorti R tires to ensure top-caliber grip, steering precision and cornering ability.

Inside, Hamann used numerous leather Alcantara applications to refine the cabin space of the M6 while also adding aluminum pedals and foot rests. As an added option, the German tuner can also install a host of optional accessories, including illuminated trims in chrome.

No engine upgrades have been announced yet but Hamann said that it’s still tweaking the engine’s performance. So stay tuned for that one.

  • 2013 BMW M6 Mirr6r by Hamann
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  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    560 (Est.)
  • Torque @ RPM:
    500 (Est.)
  • Displacement:
    4.4 L
  • 0-60 time:
    4.2 sec. (Est.)
  • Top Speed:
    155 mph (Est.)
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Press Release

A sense of tradition has never been so titillating. HAMANN Motorsport dresses the BMW M6 into an all-embracing racing suit. The manufacturer from Laupheim, Germany, practices exactly what has been a guarantee of success in its 27-year history. A dynamic metamorphosis of an already racy bimmer.

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The latest offspring of this tradition is the BMW M6 (Type F13) that was transformed into a racing machine. The front spoiler with the elegant dual wind splitter, and the well thought-through design are guarantee for the optimum output at any speed. The new bonnet – which is entirely made of visible carbon fibre – leaves no doubt about the HAMANN motorsport genes. It unites premium material strength with a total weight of merely 9.5 kilograms.
The wings place special emphasis on the looks of the HAMANN Mirr6r.

Compared to the production car, they have grown by 40 mm in width and provide a much wider stance to the coupé. The lines are seamless and flow from here across the side skirts with its air intakes to the rear spoiler, including the integrated carbon Venturi diffuser. Together with the carbon rear spoiler, the diffuser ensures optimal output power.

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And what’s more, the diffuser incorporates two stainless steel tailpipes on the left- and right-hand side of the HAMANN sports exhaust system. Even while the throttle is closed, this system produces a pleasant sporty sound and flow data. But you open the throttle with a push of a button, and the system opens up a completely new world – a brute sound as well as beastly power. The engineers in Laupheim are still tweaking with the engine’s performance and it won’t be long until they come up with something special.

In addition to the aerodynamic design, the sport springs can bring the suspension up to 35 mm closer to the tarmac, and the ultra-light forged rims “Edition Race” or “Unique Forged Formula”, ensure optimum road holding.

The tyre selection was based on the cooperation between HAMANN and the tyre specialist Vredestein. The challenge was to find the perfect tyre that always acts the same, even at speeds 300 km/h and more. The specifications included top-notch data for grip, steering precision, and cornering ability. The Vredestein Ultrac Vorti R meets all those requirements. That’s why the front 265/30 ZR 21 and rear 305/25 ZR 21 tyres carry the HAMANN logo on their walls.

When it comes to creating contact with the driver, HAMANN refined the cockpit with numerous leather Alcantara applications. Furthermore, the pedals and the foot rest – all made of aluminium – provide the sporty accent. Upon request, the designer from Laupheim adds illuminated trims in chrome and many other materials.

There is a reason why the word "Motorsport" is part of the HAMANN name. Its career started 27 years ago on the race track. The commitment to top performance, even under extreme conditions, has always been in the company’s maxim, and this is exactly what the company proves with the “Mirr6r” M6.

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  (548) posted on 04.13.2013

The silver chrome finish makes the BMW M6 Mirr6r looks futuristic and modern. The body attracts a lot of attention with its aggressive look of a luxury sports car. The sides and the front car have a different design that makes me look twice to it.

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