Well, that's a mouthful, but does the Bimmer live up to its name?

First of all, what the heck even is a Hamann BMW X6M Tycoon EVO? Well, it's clearly a BMW X6, which is one of BMW's two midsize crossovers. The automaker's X5 is the more practical offering, while the X6 is built for performance.

The X6 starts at ~$64,000, however, the range-topping high-performance X6 M will set you back at least ~$106,000. It gets its power from a 567-horsepower twin-turbocharged V8 engine and has other performance enhancements straight out of the factory, such as all-wheel drive, as well as upgraded brakes and suspension.

Clearly, the above just wasn't enough, so this Bimmer is tricked out even further by Hamann Motorsport, a German car tuning company that specializes in such projects. Its Tycoon EVO kit dials up the X6's punch by over 100 horsepower. It also gets loads of torque and a higher top speed, not to mention obvious cosmetic upgrades. The kit will cost you around $6,000, and we gather that's before any installation costs.

So, with all of that being said — and all of that money being spent — how does it stack up to the ~$55,000 Model 3 Performance at the strip? As a side note, even though many see the Model 3 as a compact car, the Tesla offers about as much overall passenger space as the midsize X6 SUV. 

Check out the video to see which car wins. Then, share your thoughts with us in the comment section below.

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