Hamann widebody BMW M5 F10M

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Hamann Motorsport has released details and images of its widebody program for the BMW M5 F10M program.

Already developing 418 kW (560 hp) and 680 Nm (502 lb/ft) of torque in standard form, Hamann fits its own performance exhaust and remaps the car’s bi-turbo 4.4-litre V8 engine, resulting in 537 kW (720 hp) and 900 Nm (664 lb/ft).

Visually, it would be less painful to squirt bleach onto your eyeballs before setting them on fire than to spend any amount of time looking at this violated M5. The front fascia features slightly larger air intakes, side vents, a lower spoiler and those all-important LED running lights, while the arch extensions add 50 mm to the width at the front and 60 mm to the rear. Side skirts continue the lines of the arches along with the vented apron on the rear bumper. There’s also a roof-level window spoiler, boot lid wing, mirror casing and side gills constructed from carbon fibre.

Lowering springs reduce the ride height by 30 mm, while the Unique Forged II alloy wheels are sized 9.5 x 21- and 12 x 21-inches and covered by 265/30 ZR and 325/25 ZR Continental Sport Contact 5P tyres.

Moving inside, Hamann can provide you will anything from a floor mat set or aluminium pedal kit to a full-blown retrim in materials such as leather and Alcantara.




[Source: Hamann Motorsport]

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