Hamann is a renown German tuner that has shown us once again just how good they can be when they put some proper effort into it.
They’ve turned up at the currently ongoing Geneva Motor Show with a special tuning package for the F10 BMW M5 that looks and should go brilliant.
Essentially, the Hamann F10 BMW M5 is an interior and exterior appearance pack which will soon get quite the performance boost.
It may not be apparent from all angles but this Hamann tune-up has more than a little detail tweak of the F10’s original front and rear bumpers. It’s actually a wide body kit.
Featuring 25 mm front and 30 mm rear wing “lumps” on each side and helped along by a new lowered suspension the Hamann M5 is pure stance.
There are two choices for the 21 inch alloys and either of them gets wrapped in enormous tires at 265/30 front and 325/25 rear.
We see more of this nice detail work with important impact take place on the inside. The leather was upgraded to a finer choice, the trim now includes piano lacquered bits, Alcantara and several bespoke features.
As if all that’s offered so far isn’t exciting enough, Hamann tells us they plan to work up the engine of the F10 BMW M5 by quite a bit.
The 4.4 liter twin-turbo V8 engine will be boosted from the current 560 horsepower and 501 lb-ft of torque to 720 horses and 664 lb-ft of torque.
All that added grunt should drop the 0 to 62 time to around 4 seconds (if not less) and the top speed might feature the magic 200 mph figure.