Published on 18 Apr 2012 by Adriano
German tuner Hamann introduces its own rendition of the BMW M5 F10. The new package prepared by Hamann makes the M5 even more performing and lavish, modifying its interior and exterior design and giving its powertrain some more horsepower to play with.
Hamann’s technician worked on the aerodynamics of the car as well, enhancing it with such bits as the re-designed front bumper and the wider front fenders, which gain 25 mm on both sides of the car. The wheel arches of the rear axle have been broadened too, making for an extra 30 mm on both sides, while a new rear wing allows for more stability.
Ride height has been reduced by 30 mm, while the suspension set-up has been arranged to improve handling as well as the dynamic behavior of the car. The already impressive original powertrain receives a new ECU and a new exhaust system as well as a few more modifications which are yet to be made public. Hamann is actually still working on the mechanics of the M5, but they said they have already been able to squeeze out an extra 158 hp and 220 Nm. In order to cope with its increased power, brakes and wheels have been enhanced too: the BMW M5 F10 by Hamann rolls on 21″ alloy wheels fitted with 265/30 tyres at the front and 325/25 at the rear.