BMW specialist G-Power needed someone to come along and make them outdo themselves, and he has finally emerged from the United Arab Emirates. Based on an order from this gentleman the Germans have created this G-Power BMW M6, which with 1,001 horsepower is the strongest car the firm has ever built.
Squeezing that kind of power under the bonnet of G-Power BMW M6, which is a previous-gen E83 model, has obviously had some terrible side effects. The car doesn’t look ugly as such, but it’s very odd. You get confused just looking at the thing. But then again, that’s how the customer wanted it apparently.
Looks aside, G-Power BMW M6 is a marvel of engineering boasting a heavily revised V10 engine equipped with two turbochargers, a custom exhaust system, bespoke ECU map, and some other bits and bobs. The result of these mods is an output of 1,001 horsepower and 900 Nm of torque. The 6M V10 Hurricane CS, as this car is internally known, has a top speed of 372 km/h.
To keep the car in check at that kind of speed, G-Power has equipped this M6 with the hurricane Nurburgring setting chassis and fitted it with 21-inch Hurricane RR ultra-light wheels wrapped with 255/25ZR21 and 295/30ZR21 Michelin tires. Inside, the vehicle benefits from ultra lightweight seats and a heavy dose of carbon fiber trimming.