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HAMANN Motorsport is most famous recently for such outrageous machines as the Mercedes-Benz SLR-based HAMANN Volcano, but its treatment for the more-mundane X6 turns a car that perhaps never should have been to a high performance, high-style machine they're caling the Tycoon.

 

The HAMANN BMW X6 Tycoon improves and builds upon the X6 platform in nearly every way. A couple

of engine choices here, but true gear heads might want to take a look at HAMANN's treatment for the X6 Diesel. Using the xDrive35d engine as a base, HAMANN coaxes 315 horsepower and a mammoth 487 lb-ft. of torque at the crank. Granted, the X6 is a heavy car..crossover..whatever, but we're betting this thing moves.

 

HAMANN hints at an even more powerful X6 Tycoon using the xDrive50d as a jumping-off point. If plans work out as expected, we're talking big rig torque.

 

On the outside, the HAMANN X6 Tycoon gets a body widening by way of new front and rear air dams and skirts that complete the package by wrapping around and extending the wheel wells. The aero package is completed by rear and roof-deck spoilers. The Tycoon looks sufficiently menacing and important without going too far into the overstated realm.

 

Most instantly eye-catching are the 23 inch custom DESIGN EDITION RACE ANODIZED alloys

wrapped by 315/25R23 tires front and rear. The X6 Tycoon will look most at home in the city, though should be able to handle itself just fine on the back roads.

 

The HAMANN BMW X6 Tycoon is available now, contact HAMANN for conversion price information, but the Tycoon won't come cheap.

 

Chassis

Wheels 23 inch DESIGN EDITION RACE ANODIZED Alloys

Tires 315/25R23

 

Drivetrain

Layout Front Engine, AWD

Transmission 6 Speed Automatic

Differential Active Limited Slip

 

Engine

Type: Inline 6 Cylinder Diesel, HAMANN Tuned

Horsepower 315 bhp

Torque 487 lb-ft.

Displacement 3.0 liters

 

Exterior

Body Type 4 Door, 4 Seat Crossover

Aerodynamics HAMANN Front and Rear Composite Lightweight Air Dams, Side Skirts, Rear Roof

and Decklid Spoilers

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Taken on January 31, 2009