Hamann has released images of their interpretation of the 5 Series GT, less than two months before its public debut at Frankfurt. No details are available at this moment.
Hamann has released these pictures of a tuned BMW 5 Series GT. The GT is another model in the 5 Series range and has been officially shown in details and in pictures. It has seating space for four people inside a wheelbase equivalent in length to the 7 Series. All that is left is for it to come out at the Frankfurt Motor Show.
No further information has been let out by the Hamann troupe so all we have at the moment are these images. The standard GT comes with three engines; a new 3.0-litre single turbo petrol that makes 225kW (306hp) and 400Nm, a 4.4-litre twin turbo petrol with 300kW (408hp) and a 3.0-litre turbo diesel that makes 180kW (245hp) plus 540Nm of torque.
Current Hamann-tuned 5 Series sedans produce up to 20kW (27hp) and 45Nm more. These apply especially to the 550i which still has the old naturally aspirated 4.8-litre V8. It figures then that the Hamann 550i GT will at least go up to 320kW (435hp), but we reckon it's fair to expect even more.
Look out for a modified front end and rear bumper, signature black wheels, different tailpipes, powerful brakes and a host of branded interior accessories.