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Trevor Collett | Dec, 29 2014 | 0 Comments

German tuning house Hamann has turned its attention to the 2015 BMW X6 SUV, adding some aggressive yet subtle styling options.

Famed for its efforts on German and Italian sports cars, Hamann has focused on a set of huge wheels for the X6 M50d variant and then styled the car around them.

The wheels - called Anniversary EVO - are available in either 22- or 23-inch diameters, while colour options include black, silver or ‘hyper-black’.

The smaller wheels are wrapped in Vredestein Ultrac Vorti tyres, while the larger option wears Pirelli P-Zero Nero rubber.

Besides the wheels and tyres, Hamann has added some rather necessary flared wheel arches, slightly restyled bumpers and a quad-tip exhaust system with a black finish.

The engine remains untouched as per the ‘standard’ M50d, with power coming from a 3.0 litre six-cylinder diesel engine with triple turbochargers.

The unit is good for 280kW and 740Nm matched exclusively with an eight-speed automatic, and will hit 100km/h from rest in 5.2 seconds.

For those looking to ‘keep it factory’ in their X6, there’s always BMW’s M Performance options and a host of new X6 goodies were detailed by the German carmaker earlier this month.

Pricing and specification for the 2015 BMW X6 in Australia were also revealed this month, with three of the five variants for the all-new model on sale now.

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