16 April 2014

Range Rover Hamann Mystere

Hamann applied a shiny pink coat on a 2013 Range Rover which arrived this week in Geneva. One of the most striking cars of the Swiss auto show is without any doubt Hamann's Range Rover. Aside from the pink wrap job, the British premium SUV wears a wide body kit that brings a new hood, front spoiler, front bumper, fenders, side sills and a redesigned rear bumper. Compared to the standard model, this modified Range Rover is 80mm wider.
While most of the body parts have a mirror-like surface, some of the upper ones are covered by a matte-like texture. This Range Rover is 40mm lower thanks to the new custom suspension parts and rides on Unique Forged or Edition Race wheels wrapped around in Continental tires measuring 305/30/23 on all four corners.
A similar mirror grey wrap was used by Hamann for their BMW M6 Coupe (Mirr6r) which is also being showcased in Geneva.

Source: Hamann


Gemballa GT Spider

Gemballa has publicly revealed its aftermarket program for the McLaren MP4-12C Spider in Geneva.
It comes with a carbon fiber aerodynamic body kit and a reworked interior cabin with "the finest leathers" and Alcantara. The aero package brings redesigned front spoiler, front bumper, new side skirts and an updated rear valence using factory mounting points to line up with the stock bodywork.
The GT Spider by Gemballa has GForged-one lightweight 20-inch front / 21-inch rear forged alloy wheels available with either a Gunmetal finish or a Black Magic look. These rims can be ordered with diamond cut spokes. The wheels are shod in Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires measuring 245/35 ZR20 front and 305/25 ZR21 rear. The brake calipers can be painted according to the customer's preferences.

Source: Gemballa

Volkswagen Golf VII by ABT

ABT Sportsline has introduced its upgrade program for the seventh-gen Golf yesterday in Geneva. The new Golf is certainly a desirable model among tuners just like all six previous generations. ABT first started working on the 1.2-liter TFSI engine and increased its output from 86 hp (64 kW) to 105 hp (78 kW). The 1.4-liter TFSI with its 140 hp (104 kW) wasn't left untouched as it was tweaked to produce 165 hp (123 kW).
The tuner focused on the 1.6 TDI and lifted its power from 105 hp (78 kW) to 125 hp (93 kW). The 2.0-liter TDI can develop 180 hp (134 kW), up from the standard 150 hp (111 kW), while the 2.0 TDI with its stock 184 hp (137 kW) can deliver 210 hp (156 kW).
ABT's styling kit brings a new front grille, front spoiler, headlight covers side skirts and mirror caps. The rear receives a four-tailpipe setup and a redesigned apron. Several 18- and 19-inch alloy wheels are available upon request, along with a suspension spring package.

Source: ABT

15 April 2014

Hamann BMW M6 Mirr6r

German tuner Hamann has brought its BMW M6 Mirr6r to this year's Geneva Motor Show. Based on the latest BMW M6 Coupe, this custom version has received a new aerodynamic package with wider wings, rear spoiler, air intakes, side skirts and a built-in carbon fiber rear diffuser. The latter works together with the carbon fiber rear spoiler to guarantee an optimal airflow. We should mention the diffuser houses two stainless steel tailpipes on both sides.
The vehicle sits on 21-inch Unique Forged Formula or Edition Race alloy wheels with Vredestein Ultrac Vorti R tires measuring 265/30 ZR21 front and 305/25 ZR21 rear. The suspension has received sport springs that bring the M6 Coupe closer to the ground by 35mm.
As for the interior cabin, Hamann used a lot of Alcantara and they installed aluminum pedals and foot rest. Illuminated chrome trims as well as other types of materials are also available upon request.

Source: Hamann

Alpina XD3 Biturbo

Alpina has presented its own take on the BMW X3 today at the kickoff of the 2013 Geneva Motor Show. At its heart is a straight-six, full-aluminum 3.0-liter engine with two turbochargers, common-rail direct injection and variable turbine geometry. It has a maximum output of 350 HP (257 kW) at 4,000 rpm and a peak torque of 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) reached between 1,500 and 3,000 rpm.
Despite the powerful engine, the Alpina XD3 Biturbo manages to have a fuel consumption of only 6.8 liters / 100 km (41.5 mpg US or 34.5 mpg UK) while CO2 emissions stand at 180 g/km. This was possible thanks to the ZF eight-speed automatic transmission designed specifically for this model.
Other highlights of this heavily modified X3 include electronically-adjustable dampers, 20-inch Alpina Classic wheels with Michelin Pilot Super Sport low-profile tires, custom exhaust manifold, stainless steel exhaust system with dual double-ended tailpipes, along with several interior enhancements such as a sport steering wheel with blue/green stitching, door sills, floor mats, gear indicator and a digital speed read-out.

Source: Alpina

DMC McLaren MP4 Velocita

DMC has taken the wraps off the McLaren MP4 Velocita, ahead of its debut at the Geneva Motor Show. Described as the "best" and "most aggressive McLaren MP4," the Velocita has a carbon fiber body kit ($24,995 / €19,215) that includes a new front fascia and a front lip splitter. There's also carbon fiber side flaps, an aggressive diffuser and a rear wing. The model has also been equipped with 21-inch diamond forged alloy wheels ($12,995 / €9,990) and a titanium exhaust system ($5,495 / €4,225) that produces "screams so loud that it's likely not legal in most countries."
Moving on to the interior, customers can order a bespoke cabin ($16,495 / €12,680) with leather or Alcantara upholstery as well as carbon fiber or exotic wood trim.
The components can be ordered individually or as a complete package for $59,980 (€46,110).

Source: DMC

14 April 2014

Mansory Gronos based on Mercedes-Benz G63/G65 AMG

Mansory will bring the Gronos kit for the Mercedes-Benz G63/G65 AMG in Geneva starting tomorrow. The tuner has a full arsenal of modified cars for this year's Geneva show. Aside from their G-Class program they also have a carbon fiber Aventador and a custom Bentley Continental GT.
The Gronos package for the German off-roader brings a power boost for the AMG G63's twin-turbo V8 5.5-liter increasing output from 544 HP (400 kW) to 840 HP (618 kW). The torque figure has also jumped from 560 lb-ft (760 Nm) to an electronically-limited 737 lb-ft (1,000 Nm). Mansory says a similar kit is in the works for the G65's V12 6.0-liter bi-turbo.
It has also received several carbon fiber body parts like the mirror housings, roof and decorative trims on the sides. They also installed a custom exhaust system, different front spoiler with LED daytime running lights, revised rear spoiler, carbon fiber spare wheel cover and a Magic Yellow paint job. The cars sits on 23-inch ten-spoke alloys shod in 305/30 R23 Vredestein Ultrac Vorti tires.
Many tweaks can also be found on the inside where they have implemented a carbon fiber design with colored elements, while different types of woods and other materials are also available upon request. The car which will be exhibited in Geneva has black leather upholstery with yellow contrasting stitching.

Source: Mansory

Mansory Carbonado based on Lamborghini Aventador

Following a preview last July, Mansory has revealed complete details and gallery with the Lamborghini Aventador-based Carbonado.
This carbon fiber-wrapped Aventador comes with a new front skirt featuring redesigned air intakes, a revised front lip spoiler and LED daytime running lights. The front sides have grown in size by 40mm and at the back by 50mm. Mansory also fitted new side skirts, rear spoiler with built-in diffuser and several carbon fiber parts such as the engine compartment cover and roof.
They also modified the V12 6.5-liter engine by fitting it with two proprietary turbochargers and custom connecting rods, pistons, rod bearings, cylinder head and crankshaft. There's also a new exhaust system with stainless steel tailpipes. All these changes have enabled the engine to output 1,250 HP (920 kW) whereas the stock engine provides 700 HP (515 kW).
As a result of these tweaks, the Mansory Carbonado sprints to 62 mph (100 km/h) in 2.6 seconds, making it 0.3s faster than stock model. Top speed is also up from 217 mph (350 km/h) to 236 mph (380 km/h).
The final touch was to install Mansory's forged rims with carbon fiber inlays measuring 9x20 and 13x21 (front/rear) with Pirelli P Zero rubbers 255/30 ZR20 and 345/25 ZR1, respectively. Various interior cabin changes are also available.

Source: Mansory
 

Lumma Design CLR 6 M

Following last year's preview, Lumma Design has fully revealed the BMW CLR 6 M which will be showcased in Geneva next week.
Changes include a carbon fiber bonnet sporting dual vents, a redesigned front spoiler and more generous air intakes. The back shows a new diffuser and a custom stainless steel exhaust system with a quad-pipe configuration. Each pipe has a 100mm diameter and is made from carbon fiber, just like the rear wing.
To make room for the 21-inch alloys they had to install front and rear wheel arch extensions. These rims are shod in 275/30 R21 tires at the front and 325/25 R21 at the back.
Lumma Design mentions the body kit is compatible with all F12 and F13 6-Series models, from the 640i to the range-topping M6.

Source: Lumma Design

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