Hamann turns the new BMW X6 into a muscular black beast
Coupe-shaped SUVs may not be to everyone’s liking, but sales figures prove that many find this car type optimal for their needs. It is for these people – more specifically, the BMW X6 owners – that Hamann Motorsport designed its latest styling package.
The tuner says the kit is meant to “emphasize the provocative sovereignty of the sporty giant”, and as long as that jumble could be interpreted as “it looks badass”, we could totally get behind it. There’s a bluntly aggressive front splitter, widened arches, a rear diffuser with 101mm round openings for the exhaust tips, and as many as two rear wings – one on the roof and the other on the tailgate. The omnipresent gloss black finish seems to exude malice, and the 25mm (1”) drop in ride height translates into a sportier overall stance.
As for the wheels, the tuner suggests using its own Anniversary Evo set (22” front, 23” rear) sporting a multitude of thin spokes. Finishes range from silver through dark grey to black.
All components are available for ordering as a full kit or separately, but you will have to contact Hamann for a price quotation.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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