HAMANN has released a new tuning kit for the BMW 7 Series. It consists of several aerodynamic pieces, different wheels and engine power upgrades.

As a follow up from the initial photos, HAMANN has just released details regarding the work they have done on the new BMW 7 Series (F01 and F02). The exterior has been beefed up by installing a new front skirt with integrated LED daytime running lights, a roof spoiler and a rear spoiler. Four tailpipes poke out from the rear bumper. Side skirts are part of the aerodynamic package and they also enhance the look.

Buyers can select from a range of wheels, from 19-inch to 22-inch in diameter. The top deep dish alloy rims are sized at 9.0Jx22 inches up front and 10.5Jx22 inches at the rear. They come in a glossy black paint with a diamond-grinded rim star. Respectively the matching tyres are 265/30ZR22 and 295/25ZR22.

The 730d has received a performance upgrade from the stock 180kW (245hp). According to HAMANN this is only the first stage in the engine's development. Power has been increased to 213kW (290hp).

The 730d and 740i receive four progressively coiled chassis springs each. These lower the cars' centre of gravity by up to 40 millimetres. The 750i and 750Li have a different lowering kit which is made of two chassis springs and a leveling kit.

HAMANN accessories are a given for this car. Some include aluminium foot pedals and foot rests with matching embroidered floor mats.


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