2010 TYCOON EVO M based on the new BMW X6 M review and pictures

Posted on Tuesday, 23 February 2010 , 09:02:20 byVeronica

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TYCOON EVO M based on the new BMW X6 M

Based on the BMW X6 M, German aftermarket specialists from Hamann-Motorsport developed the fast TYCOON EVO M and presented it at the 80th Geneva Motor Show. Its engine is capable of developing 670 horsepower and enables the car to reach a top speed of 300 km/h. The rear and front wing extensions made of light composite material let the body expand by 60 mm. This is not all. The Hamann designers enhanced the sides with the newly designed side skirts. The front features an apron with four striking LED daytime running lights. At the rear of the BMW X6 M, the tuner replaces the original skirt with an own developed. The rear view of the TYCOON EVO M is perfected with beautifully designed rear- and roof spoilers. In terms of engine, the most significant component for the performance enhancement and responsible for the dynamic and earthly sound of the TYCOON EVO M is the stainless steel high performance exhaust system with metal catalyses. After the modifications, the TYCOON EVO M is capable of developing 670 horsepower, as mentioned above and 780 Nm of torque. In comparison with the serial version, this modification brought a surplus of 115 horsepower and 100 Nm of torque. The power enables the car to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds. The designers presented different wheel designs and sizes. A highlight concerning styling and technology is the rim model UNIQUE ANODIZED produced in most modern forged technology. The light alloy wheels are especially emphasized with the Hamann lowering kit. The tuner offers accessories made of aluminum in combination with carbon applications in addition to the existing factory-provided interior. For the luggage compartment in the back of the X6 M, the aftermarket specialists offer an elegant and practical boot mat with diamond-shaped decorations and an embroidered logo.