/G-Power BMW X6M TYPHOON With 725-hp

G-Power BMW X6M TYPHOON With 725-hp

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G Power apparently set themselves a challenge to create the craziest BMW X6. They pulled it off, and then some.

The X6 is a great candidate for extreme modifications because it is a showy car and those who buy it usually like a lot of garnish in their possession. G-Power picked the extra hot X6M for this project, and went berserk with it.

The 4.4 liter twin-turbo V8 is boosted from 555 hp to a simply staggering 725 hp! It also has 890 Nm of torque, which, suffice to say it is a lot. I know it’s pointless and all, but this much power is certainly appealing. This massive power is the result of using tweaked turbos, high performance exhausts and manifolds, and remapped ECU.

The car can now do zero to 100 km/h in 4.2 seconds and reach 300 km/h. Meanwhile to cope with the speed the car is fitted with 23-inch wheels, 315/25 ZR 23 Michelin high-performance tires, and high performance brakes.

But for the potential customers the visual treatment is more important than all that. The X6M gets a new TYPHOON wide body kit with massive air intakes and a spoiler lip at front, tall side skirts, rear diffuser with twin central exhausts, roof and tailgate spoilers, and the most important feature of them all, massively flared wheel arches!

Upon request, you get a leather and suede interior package in any color that you desire and sports seats and floor mats.

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