The German tuning industry is pushing full steam ahead with beefing up BMW’s new 6-Series sports car. We have already shown you the offerings from Prior Design, Hamann Motorsports and AC Schnitzer, but now it’s time for another traditional BMW tuner to release its goods for the F12 6-Series Convertible.
Hartge’s first take on the Bavarian model is somewhat restrained comprising of some mild styling and chassis upgrades. On the outside, the tuning firm offers its own emblems, new dual tail pipes on each corner of the bumper and a variety of alloy wheel designs in sized 19- and 20-inches shod in beefier performance tires.
Interior goods are limited to an aluminium emblem for steering wheel, floor mats in black velour and a set of aluminum pedals for models equipped with an automatic gearbox.
The package is rounded off with sport springs that lower the convertible’s ride height by 30mm up front and 25 mm at the back, and a complete sports exhaust system.
Further upgrades for both the coupe and convertible versions of the 2012 BMW 6-Series are expected to be introduced later this year.