Hamann offers meaner BMW X6 with new set of wheels

Article by Christian A., on December 15, 2014

The BMW X6 has a polarizing design. In fact, some people say that the new X6 has an ugly design while some praise the vehicle for its new looks. Whatever the debate is all about, it boils to one thing: people have different preferences. Well, if a customer really likes the BMW X6 except for its looks, he or she could always approach any of the thriving tuning companies.

For a more specific tuning, there is a tuning company specializing in BMW vehicles – German tuning firm Hamann. In fact, the company managed to offer a battalion of options and kits for the old E71 X6. For the new version of the X6 – the F16 – Hamann is surely not letting this tuning opportunity pass by.

For starters, Hamann fitted its own wheels into the BMW X6. They were not just factory-based 19-inch wheels, but 23-inch rims in various designs. They look very good on the BMW X6, especially the multi-spoke Edition Race rims in dark finish.

Other designs and rim types are also available for the X6 like Forged versions in gunmetal or anodized finishes, Anniversary and EVO models in silver, black or hyper black. A customer may also avail of the HM Evo model.

Hamann fitted those wheels on an M50d model, which is only available in Europe for now. It is powered by a N57S tri-turbo diesel 3-liter engine that provides 381 HP of output and 740 Nm (546 lb-ft) of torque. This model also comes, as standard, with a slightly modified M Sport package. The package is completed by what appears to be a Hamann exhaust.

Topics: bmw, bmw x6, hamann, wheels

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