Hamann reveals BMW X6 M-based Tycoon II MMon, 03 Jun 2013 00:00:00 -0700
If the current BMW X6 M is too subtle for you, then German tuner Hamann has just what you're looking for with its new Tycoon II M.
Starting on the outside, the tuners gave it an aggressive widebody kit with integrated LED daytime running lights. The car is also lowered by 1.5 inches. Replacing the stock 20-inch rims on the Tycoon II M are 23-inch rims with 315-mm wide tires. Medium-sized 22-inch rims are optional as well.
Of course the car has more power, with an upgrade in output from 555 hp to 670 hp thanks to a new Motronics ECU, while torque grows to 700 lb-ft. With that in place, the top speed is now 186 mph.
Hamann also adds a carbon fiber hood with intakes to suck in clean air, as well as new catalytic converters to send it out.
The interior is upgraded, with a new 200-mph speedometer, three-spoke black leather steering wheel, Alcantara applications and a 12-part visible carbon set decorating the instrument panel and door trims. There are also brushed stainless-steel illuminated scuff plates found on all four doors. Black anodized aluminum pedal clusters wrap up the revamped interior.
The price of the Tycoon II M (which includes the car) fully optioned out is 169,700.00 Euros which translates to roughly $220,576 at the current conversion rate of this posting. Hamann allows customers to pick and choose the options they desire, altering the final price of the vehicle.
Availability has not been released yet but we assume within the next couple of months. As more information comes along regarding this vehicle, we'll be sure to keep you updated.
By Max Gilles