2011 Hamann Hawk Review

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2011 Hamann Hawk appeared with exclusive appearance of full engine power is implanted on the inside. Appear with attractive colors on the Gold Everose on his body. In addition to a very attractive exterior, the interior also provides extra comfort for the rider. this is the Hamann Hawk.

Hamann Hawk Interior

Hamann completely redesigned Mercedes SLS AMG interior and turn it into a VIP lounge with sporty characteristics. Most skin smooth and ultra-suede, applications and embroidery replace the serial interior. Hamann adorn the air holes, a protective door sills and center console with carbon checkered flag. Black anodized aluminum pedals make a comfortable grip. Technical peak of the new interior is a new steering wheel has been redesigned and ergonomically appealing.

Hamann Hawk Body Design

Hamann Hawk front there is a larger air holes in conjunction with the new LED lamp units provide two-seater that looks more dynamic. In addition, the air holes enlarged to provide better access for increased engine requirements for fresh air. The new rear apron with diffuser increases air flow under the bottom of the car and provides room for four large pipe end of each measuring 90 mm.

Hamann Hawk Performance

Hamann engine department puts some additional power reserves into the V8 engine. In combination with new manifolds, sport catalysts and sports air filter, this system also makes earthy and powerful sound of the aggregate 6.2 liter. With a peak performance of 636 hp / 468 kW and maximum torque of 680 Nm at 4850 rpm, the engine Hamann Hawk precisely meet customer wishes an ambitious exercise. In the race mode, two-seater accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in just 3.6 seconds and a top speed of 320 km / hour. truly stunning performance.

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