BMW X6 (F16) gets upgraded by German tuner Hamann

Article by Christian A., on December 22, 2014

Looking for a place to tune your BMW X6? Well, why not try Hamann, a German tuner known for specializing in offering tuning kits for vehicles made by BMW. Hamann does not only offer to turn a typical BMW into a monstrous one in terms of performance and dynamics, the company also offers to install well-designed body parts – truly turning a BMW vehicle into a performance machine inside and out.

As for the BMW X6, this piece of machine is already a hardcore unit. Thus turning the X6 into a meaner machine could be quite a challenge as it may look too cheesy in the end. For now, Hamann fitted some of its wheels into the BMW X6, and just that alone changed its look.

The wheel-set alone managed to make a difference in terms of looks. Even in standard colors -- EVO Black Line with silver lips, the Anniversary EVO line in silver and the Evo Hyper Black – the Hamann wheel-fitted BMW X6 now bears quite a different look.

Of course, customers could have the German tuner change the exterior paint of their BMW X6 according to their personal taste. While Hamann’s forged wheels may be larger than the standard ones already fitted on a BMW X6 (23 inches vs 19 inches), they have a lightweight construction to ensure that vehicle handling does not suffer vastly.

There may be difference in the ride comfort, but riding in a mean machine makes those 23-inch wheels more compelling. It should not be forgotten that customers could still avail of different designs and sizes for its standard wheels.

Topics: bmw, bmw x6, hamann

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