G-Power has just unveiled its most powerful project to date.
When a customer from the UAE tasked G-Power with creating a "one-of-one" BMW M6, the German tuner duly obliged with this monstrous BMW M6. Dubbed the G6M V10 Hurricane CS, this is the most powerful vehicle the BMW tuning specialist has ever made. The car's 5.0-liter V10 has been upped by 494 hp and 280 lb-ft of torque to give the M6 a Veyron-equaling 1,001 hp and 665 lb-ft of torque.
Without going into too much detail, G-Power claims this was largely achieved by fitting a twin-supercharger and titanium exhaust system with race-cats and twin 120-mm tailpipes that emit a F1 car soundtrack. The one-off M6 will now sprint to 62 mph in 4.3 seconds, reach 124 mph in 9.0 seconds and clock 187 mph in 21.5 seconds before topping out at over 231 mph. Exterior enhancements include a full carbon-fiber widebody kit, complete with extended wheel arches housing a set of 21-inch Hurricane RR alloys. The chassis has also been upgraded with massive ceramic brakes and a coilover suspension with "Nurburgring setup."
Inside, the cabin has been covered in leather, Alcantara and carbon imprint with decorative stitching, there's a plaque integrated into the roof LED light bar with the owners name, while the center console and parts of the dash are made from clear-coated carbon fiber. Lightweight race-style seats come with carbon-fiber backs and the speedometer now ends at 250 mph.