G-power always come up with insanely powerful packages for BMW models, and the latest ones are indeed among the most powerful Bimmers of all time!They’ve just released the G-POWER M3 GT2 S and G-POWER M3 TORNADO CS as a sort of tribute to BMW’s victory at 2010 Nurburgring 24 hours. The first one is a track-focused car and the latter, a softer version of the same, or as G-power says civilian version.
Both cars are powered by a modified version of the M3’s V8 which is fitted with a SK II CS supercharger system, dual-flow carbon air intake, a substantial cast aluminium charge air cooler and a cast aluminium airbox, and a a titanium exhaust system that delivers a considerable reduction in both back pressure and weight with its manifold and 2 x 100 dcpi metal catalytic converters.
The result is 600 hp / 441 kW and 580 Nm of torque. Both cars have a top speed of 320 km/h with 6-speed manual and 330 km/h with 7-speed DCT. But the acceleration is not the same since the GT2-S is lighter than the Tornado. It features a full carbon body kit with front and rear skirt and carbon wings, plus a big rear wing. The CS also comes with a carbon spoiler lip and rear diffuser with lights in it, but it got no wing at the back!
So the GT2-S does zero to 100 km/h in less than 4.1 seconds and the CS in 4.3 seconds.
The cars also feature G-POWER “CLUBSPORT” suspension package, which apparently with its independently adjustable in compression and rebound coilovers, stabiliser kit for the front and rear axles, as well as support bearings that enable correction of camber or caster, gives the M3 handling of a racing car!
As for the wheels and tires, G-power provides 9.0 X 20 inches and 10.5 X 20 inches for the TORNADO CS, and 3-part SILVERSTONE RS forged wheels measuring 9.0 X 20 and 11.5 X 20 inches on the GT2 S. The TORNADO CS is fitted with 255/30 ZR 20 and 295/25 ZR 20 MICHELIN Pilot Sport tyres, while the G-POWER GT2 S has MICHELIN Pilot Sport Cup stires measuring 245/30 R 20 and 315/25 R 20.