Hamann Motorsport Unleases BMW X6 Tycoon
Hamann Motorsport, the venerable tuning company out of Laupheim, Germany, has introduced it’s modified version of the BMW X6. Named the Hamann BMW X6 Tycoon, the vehicle sports a new widebody package, performance kit and interior accessorization including lots of carbon fiber and a new 3-spoke steering wheel.
The styling has been updated with a new front wing and back wing extension, side skirts, front apron (with huge air inlets and LED running lights) along with a rear diffuser. Overall the body has been widened by a woping 60 millimeters. The Tycoon rides on 23-inch ultralight forged wheels with polished lips and black insets. They are wrapped in serious low profile 315/25/R23 tires. The chassis has been dropped 40 millimeters and has new coiled springs.
The engine is the same inline-6 twin-turbo in the xDrive30d, just boosted to 360 horsepower. Muffler options include 2 or 4 pipe exhaust systems. The Hamann BMW X6 Tycoon derives it’s name from Japanese culture and is a “synonym for an extraordinary shape.” We tend to agree and think that this new crossover mod is not too shabby to say the least.
Source: Hamann Motorsports