725hp BMW X6 M Typhoon by G-Power


A widebody Bimmer with 725hp? Must be the guys from G-Power.

G-Power has just released their latest aftermarket program for the BMW X6 M, the Typhoon. The beastly SUV has received quite a bit of added performance, however it comes at a hefty price. Starting with the impressive performance numbers, the SUV, thanks to G-Power's Bi-Tronik V3 Performance Kit, now puts out a whopping 725hp and 656 lb-ft of torque from its twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 engine. The performance kit achieves these numbers through a remapped ECU, exhaust system, stainless-steel manifolds and high-flow sports cats.

As an interesting aside, the torque has actually been electronically limited for the health of the reinforced automatic transmission. A PU-RIM widebody kit has also been added, bringing the width of the BMW X6 M a full 7cm wider. The kit includes a front skirt with larger air intakes, high-level tailgate spoiler, carbon fiber rear wing and sill extensions. The rear-end also comes with an integrated diffuser for two 114mm tailpipes. A vented hood is optional. The G-Power BMW X6 M Typhoon can reach 62mph from rest in 4.2 seconds and it can hit a top speed of over 186mph.

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The performance kit costs €13,526, while optional ceramic brakes run an extra €26,240. Check out the photos of G-Power's latest creation and let us know what you think about the German tuner's aftermarket modifications for the SUV.