German tuner G-Power gives the BMW M3 a major power increase and recently tested its new kit at the 2011 Nardo High-Speed Test event in Italy.
It seems as if the BMW M3 is one of the most sought-after tuning cars today. And that's completely acceptable, considering the car's popularity and its overall ability to be modified by aftermarket companies. And now, German tuner G-Power recently tested its new M3 tuning kit at the 2011 Nardo High-Speed Test event in Italy, which was run by German car magazine Auto, Motor Und Spot. The G-Power M3 equipped with the new supercharged SK II "Sporty Drive" kit had a top speed of 207 mph on the track and was driven by G-Power's vice president.
Under the hood, the SK II package produces an output of 562hp and 417 lb-ft of torque. It can accelerate from 0-62 mph in just 4.4 seconds and, according to G-Power, can reach a top speed of 211 mph with a taller gear. Other modifications include a GM3 RS coilover suspension, heavier brakes and Silverstone rims wrapped in Michelin Pilot Super Sport road tires. Pricing for the G-Power SK II "Sporty Drive" supercharger kit begins at €11,500 or $16,039.