German tuner Fostla recently started to work with Hamann among other companies and they decided to do a celebratory project together to mark the occasion. Therefore, the BMW X6 M50d model you see in the photo gallery below came to life and it definitely isn’t for the light of heart. The car is featuring a reflective protective film on the outside which makes it look like a rolling mirror, something the Hamann people are more familiar with than you may know.
Back when the BMW M6 was still in production, the people from Hamann brought out what they called the Mirr6r, a project that included a full body kit for the M car as well as a wrap for it, with a similar approach. The Mirr6r was a rolling mirror after all and it was… controversial, to put it mildly. It seems like not much has changed over the years and this BMW X6 definitely looks close to what we’ve seen in the past.
The Fostla team applied a full vinyl wrap in black-chrome at first. Then came the “highlights” on the roof, mirror, door handles and at the diffuser, all done in a black brushed aluminum theme. On the outside, the wheel-tire-combination comes from the Hamann team. It consists of Hamann Anniversary Evo II Black Line rims in 10,5×22 et40 sizes with tires measuring 295/30 R22 on the front axle and 12×22 offset28 with 335/25 R22 on the rear axle. Hamann lowering springs and spacers complete the stanced out look.
The original readings of 381 PS and 740 Nm (546 lb-ft) of torque were deemed not enough and therefore the M50d got a PP-Performance power upgrade in combination with a BMC high-performance air filter. Now, 443 PS and 845 Nm (623 lb-ft) of torque are available using the right pedal. In case you’re wondering, the goodies shown here add about 19,000 Euros to the total bill of this BMW X6 which is definitely not for anyone.