No, the mad wrap – which instantly penetrates your retina – isn’t Hamann’s work, but the body kit and the unseen performance upgrades sure are.
In order to make its electric-blue matte-chrome wrap stand out from the crowd, Fostla decided to pair it with a beast of a machine. However, a regular M6 – although uber-cool – wasn’t psychedelic enough and that’s why the company commissioned Hamann to leave its unique mark on it. Thus, this outrageous “Mirr6r” was born.
With a wide body-kit and totally revised design cues, the car looks striking to begin with. In fact, it has a new carbon-made aerodynamic bonnet, new front and rear bumpers, new side skirts and loads of other stuff. Of course, Fostla didn’t hold back with its oxymoron matte-chrome wrap, which looks kind of cool, to be honest.
Usually, in a styling exercise there’s no need for a performance upgrade, but Hamann went to town with this thing. Power was increased from 552 Hp to 641 Hp and the twin turbo V8 now develops 680 Nm (501 lb-ft) of torque.