Is A Widebody Kit And Matte Chrome Wrap Too Crazy For The M6?

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The two alone are fine, but together...

The BMW M6 is quite a car on its own. It looks damn sexy and has a pretty beefy engine but in the automotive world there’s always room to improve upon perfection. Hamann and Fostla teamed up to give the M6 a new look, creating the Mirr6r. It boasts a widebody kit highlighted by a new carbon fiber hood, and, of course, the blue matte chrome wrap. Under the hood the twin-turbo V8 now puts out 641 horsepower and 501 lb-ft of torque. We actually saw this kit last year, albeit in a commercial filled with quick cuts. So, how does it look in the flesh?

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