/900-hp BMW X6 By G-Power

900-hp BMW X6 By G-Power

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BMW tuner G-Power had released different packages for BMW X6 before, but with the latest one they’ve gone berserk! Apparently they wanted to make the ultimate X6 ever, so they took an X6M, gave it a massive body kit and then squeezed a V10 BMW M5’s V10 engine under the bonnet. The results are dramatic.

It’s not the standard V10 of course, it’s the same they’ve put in their M5 Hurricane RR which is grown from 5.0 to 5.5 litres and tuned to churn out a colossal 900 hp and 870 Nm of torque. The main sources of this huge power is the twin ASA T1-316 compressors which will be cooled to optimum performance temperatures by the double- flow, water-cooled intercooler. It also has high-performance forged pistons, connecting rods, pins, crank, ECU and…

With a zero to 100 km/h time of 4.2 seconds, zero to 200 in 13.0 seconds and top speed of 330 km/h, G-Power claims they have made the fastest SUV in the world. With this kinda performance the tuner had to use high-tech brake system equipped with 410 mm carbon-ceramic brake disks and 6-piston callipers to keep things under control.

The car’s ridiculously showy body kit and 23-inch G-POWER SILVERSTONE RS forged wheels are also in harmony with the car’s inner power. The interior is also revamped. It comes with 4 carbon individual seats is emphasised by 2-coloured seams which tie in the leather on seats, instrument panel, interior door panels, plus sport wheel and tachometer.

G-POWER X6 TYPHOON RS ultimate V10 has got everything it needs to steal the heart and soul of incredibly rich but awfully tasteless folks who are willing to spend a staggering 675,000 Euro on it! But it is limited to only 5 units worldwide.

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