G-Power’s BMW M6 Wants To Corrupt You With 1,001 Horses

Say you’re in the market for a really fast BMW such as the M6 (in this case, the E63 ) but for obvious reasons, you want to go beyond the “factory settings”.

So what do you do? Well, you take it to G-Power for starters. They can offer you not only a unique design language for your Bimmer, but also excellent in-house engineering with 30 years of experience in doing what they do.

If your car of choice is the E63 M6 Coupe, G-Power’s Bi-Kompressorsystem can take that V10 engine all the way up to 800 PS and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft). That has to be enough right? Wrong! Because you might be the type of person who’s into winning a lot of drag strip battles, or you simply just wanted a Bugatti Veyron but couldn’t afford one.

This particular M6 has a power output of 1,001 PS at 8,000 rpm, to go with 900 Nm (665 lb-ft) at 6,000 rpm. What this means is that you’ll be able to hit a top speed of 370 km/h (229 mph), which is pretty impressive.

We’re not sure if this is right, but G-Power says 0-100 km/h (62 mph) will take 4.3 seconds which is actually 0.1 seconds more than the stock 560PS M6. Nevertheless, its 0-200 km/h (125 mph) time of 9 seconds will shame many supercars. In fact, it’s just 1 seconds slower than the “entry-level” Koenigsegg Agera!

This car belongs to a buyer from the UAE, who will probably get plenty of chances to mix it up with a whole bunch of other extremely powerful cars on a daily basis. He should stand a pretty good chance, and we completely understand why somebody would be willing to just go all out with their car’s power output.

After all, if somebody can safely offer you 1,001 PS, you’d probably find it very hard to resist.


Lewis Hamilton Extends Mercedes Stay With New Two-Year Deal

The four time Formula One champion is now committed to Mercedes until the end of 2020.

Volkswagen Golf GTI Dropped Due To EU’s Stricter Emissions Tests

The more expensive Golf GTI Performance is still on sale though.

Aston Martin To Introduce Manual Vantage This Time Next Year

Aston Martin has already working prototypes of the manual Vantage.

New Citroen Berlingo And Peugeot Rifter Go On Sale In The UK

The Rifter starts from £19,650, whereas the Berlingo is a bit cheaper, at £19,070.

Nearly Half Of Toyota’s Europe Sales In 2018 So Far Were Hybrid Models

46 percent of all Toyota and Lexus models sold in Europe during first half of 2018 were powered by a hybrid powertrain.

F1 Mobile Racing Game Packs Lots Of Action Into Your Phone

F1 Mobile Racing is coming from Codemasters to a handheld device near you.

8,000 Aventadors And 11,000 Huracans Show Just How Fast Lamborghini Is Growing

And the Raging Bull marque is set to grow even faster as deliveries of the new Urus begin this month.

Nissan Leaf Nismo Finally Released…. But Only For Japan

Nissan is launching a Leaf Nismo in Japan, sadly without any powertrain enhancements.

New Hyundai i30 N Line May Look Like A Hot Hatch, But It Ain’t One

Hyundai’s new hatchback model is all show with no extra go.

New Renault Megane RS Trophy With 296HP Is The Most Potent And Extreme Version Yet

Watch out, Honda Civic Type R, your ‘Ring record might be in danger.