Hamann Brought Out a Color Explosion Atop a BMW M4 in Geneva

The best looking BMW M4 in Geneva was probably the car you could spot in Hamann’s corner. The guys already introduced their M4 tuning kit to the world but this time, they wanted something special, something that had less to do cold-hearted numbers and more with the hot blood of an artist.
Hamann BMW M4 Art Car in Geneva 6 photos
Photo: S. Baldauf / R. Kah
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Therefore, they joined forces with German artist Timo Wuerz. The man is quite famous in Germany for his comic books and he agreed to put his signature style on a car, kind-of like what BMW did with the Art Cars back in the 1970s.

So, here we are, looking at what Hamann calls „Rollendes Kunstwerk der Farbexplosion“ in the native language that would translate roughly into ‘rolling color explosion artwork’. And yes, we like what we’re seeing here.

The colors are bright and in your face, not looking to appologize for what they are or to adapt to any environment change. Even the front air splitter attached to the bumper received a small touch of the color scheme as did the wheels that now have blue and red lips, on the front and rear axle respectively.

To top it all off, even the wing was covered in the artist’s creation and for the first time we don’t mind seeing it on the trunk lid.

As far as tech bits go, the Hamann M4 was tuned to 520 HP and 700 Nm (516 lb-ft) of torque, plenty more compared to the 431 HP and 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) of torque of the standard model.
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