After we’d been seeing the Hamann F12 BMW 6 Series Coupe, the German tuner went on to unveil the Convertible version of the very same car.
The F13 BMW 6 Series Convertible gets the same treatment, a visual makeover, some performance tweak promises and a familiar feel.
We’ll never see a rear spoiler that extended on a BMW, we’ll never get a body kit that aggressive and nor are we going to see tires that slim.
Regardless, the Hamann F13 6 Series Convertible still feels like a proper BMW product. Maybe the German tuner has a secret beyond their usual range.
The interior of any open top car is considerably important and BMW knew this when they came up with the base car. Hamann tuning then went on to refine it without changing too much.
They added some details to the steering wheel, added some custom logos and simply threw in their custom pedal set into the equation.
While there are no performance upgrades available, the promise of getting some from Hamann tuning is going to hold back any specifications.
This is why for example we’re not getting any Cx numbers on the new body kit, any downforce readings or anything of the likes.
The only numbers we do get are regarding the 21/22 inch alloy wheels, the 30 mm drop in the suspension and the fact that the tires are now 265/295 in thread width.
By the end of the presentation it’s clear that showoff is all you can do with this car since under the back there’s four tail pipes hooked up to a stainless steel exhaust.