The F-Pace, the first ever crossover for the British brand, is already a roaring sales success – and as such it’s getting now the attention of German-oriented aftermarket specialists as well.
Case in point, Hamann has decided to take a break from its usual roster of BMW models and worked on a bespoke F-Pace. The model had a late debut at the Geneva Motor Show – which is why we didn’t catch it in our regular coverage – but if you’re visiting the show you can see it next to that widebody Range Rover Evoque Cabriolet. Back to the point, the F-Pace is a blacked out serious showcase of power – with massive 23-inch wheels, though you can also get the Anniversary Evo II alloys in 22-inch with a silver, black or graphite gray hue. The rest of the design details are actually pretty restrained – but we didn’t expect anything else from Hamann.
As for the power department, it thoroughly matches the enhanced looks. For example, the aftermarket specialist is taking care of all fans. If you love the 3-liter supercharged V6 then you can rise from 380 to 410 PS and 510 Nm (+50Nm) of torque – thanks to a free-flow exhaust and chip tweaking. For diesel aficionados, the tuner has the three liter going up from 300 to 340 PS and 780 Nm (+80Nm) – at the back we do have a quad exhaust system so anyone can understand there’s more power than show here.