Check Out How this 1,001 HP BMW M6 from G-Power Accelerates from 200 to 350 km/h

Remember the original Bugatti Veyron? Remember how much power it used to have? 1,001 HP if I remember correctly, and the auto industry’s heart stopped for a moment. Back then it was a number that just boggled the mind but when you read about why the car was put in production with that much grunt you’d understand exactly what happened.
G-Power Hurricane RR at 200 km.h 1 photo
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You see, the Veyron was out to get the title of the world’s fastest production car and the Volkswagen-owned brand managed to win it and it’s still holding the title to this day, admittedly not with the original model.

Well, the E63 M6 we’re showing you in the video below was tuned by the guys from G-Power and we all know what that means. The 5-liter V10 was drastically improved and the German company used its latest offerings for it.

We’re talking about their SK III RRS Bi-Kompressor system that is comprised of two centrifugal superchargers that will blow the power output into oblivion. Basically, you will be doubling the power output of the stock car, going from 500 HP to 1,001 and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque.

Care to imagine what that does to the performance? Well, you don’t have to guess because the tuner also provided a nice little video for us to watch, to see how their car performs with the new numbers.

Considering that it’s all still rear-wheel drive, the 0-100 km/h (62 mph) sprint doesn’t really matter anymore as it’s done way too fast and depends more on how carefully you thread and less on the engine performance.

Of course, installing this huge package on your M6 will also require a big bump in cooling and a lot of additional parts and, unfortunately, the price is hidden and only available on request. However, since the new cooling system alone costs €7,000 alone, you can imagine it won’t be cheap.

The tuner is also offering a taller final gear that would allow you to reach a top speed of 370 km/h (230 mph) which is rather redundant unless you live in Germany or on a race track. Oh, and this is how the beast looks like from the outside.

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