Late in 2008 Hamann revealed its plans for the BMW X6, including a range of performance and appearance upgrades. Today the tuning house expands that range with a new package called the Tycoon Evo M.
Already previewed at the recent 2011 Geneva Motor Show, the new Hamann BMW X6 Tycoon Evo M is based on the already potent BMW X6 M SUV but lifts output to a heady 670 horsepower and 700 pound-feet of torque. Some of the modifications include upgraded turbochargers, a high-flow titanium exhaust system and a remapped ECU.
With the added performance on board, the modded SUV will sprint from 0-62 mph in just 4.2 seconds and a reach a top speed of 186 mph.
A fully custom bodykit has also been added, extending the vehicle's width by 2.36-inches. That extra width comes via wider fender flares. An updated front fascia and side skirt kit also help accentuate the new, wide stance. LED daytime running lights add a unique touch, while the rear of the vehicle gets a new diffuser, roof spoiler and custom tail lamps made from carbon fiber.
Alloy wheels in 23 inch 'XXL format' fills the gaping arches to the brim, and the wide lip further emphasizes the widebody design. A 40 mm lowering kit, wide low-profile tires, uprated brakes and reworked suspension ensure the big vehicle makes good use of the new-found performance.