The stock BMW M6 may seem the perfect gentleman’s M car, but its power output makes it anything but gentle. Even so, for some peiple 552 hp and 502 lb-ft (680 Nm) of torque is just not enough.
That’s where G-Power comes in, as the German company usually goes overboard with its intense tuning offerings, squeezing a whole lot of grunt from the stock Bavarian engines – a very successful and awesome recipe.
It’s the same story with this BMW, even if it’s one of G-Power’s more sensitive approaches. Its formal, solemn design couldn’t have worked with a thousand horsepower, so G-Power settled for a “down-to-earth” 740 PS (729 hp) and 975 Nm (718 lb-ft) of torque output. That’s actually 2 horsepower less than the almighty Ferrari F12berlinetta…
G-Power increased the total output of the 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 by using a bespoke remapping software and a completely redesigned exhaust system – featuring flow-optimized downpipes that can be offered without a catalytic converter, and some titanium link pipes with tailpipes and resonators. In fact, one can ditch the titanium exhaust system from the list, but the car will develop “only” 700 PS (689 hp).
Naturally, all the modifications have quite an impact on the car’s performance. For instance, with all of G-Power’s bits and pieces in place, the car will sprint from 0 to 200 km/h (124 mph) in 10.7 seconds and reach a top speed of “more than 300km/h (186 mph)”.
Finally, its 21-inch HURRICANE RR forged alloy wheels are made from ultra-light aircraft-grade aluminum to improve the car’s handling (by reducing the unsprung weight)and, of course, make it stand out.