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G-Power Launches Its Most Powerful Car Yet: the 1,001 HP M6 – Photo Gallery

German tuning company G-Power, specialized in creating bespoke BMWs, just released their most powerful car ever made, the G6M V10 Hurricane CS ultimate. Built for a particular customer in the United Arab Emirates, this is truly a one of a kind car with plenty of surprises up its sleeve.
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What you’ll immediately notice about this E63 M6 is that it has little to nothing to do with the original car on the outside. The body was profoundly modified with new aero parts to make sure the added power is kept in check.
 
The BMW received a complete Hurricane CS wide body kit that is comprised of extended wheel arches, large air intakes and front and rear aerodynamic spoilers, diffusers and whatnots. Of course, everything is made of carbon fiber to weigh as little as possible.
 
Looking under that vented bonnet you’ll find the monstrous 5-liter V10 engine capable of putting down 1,001 HP and 900 Nm (664 lb-ft) of torque. Of course, it’s not stock but instead hooked up with a G-Power SK III Supercharger system that has been revised and optimized to deliver this kind of performance without shortening the engine’s lifespan.
 
The gearbox’s final drive has also been changed in order to allow for greater top speeds that according to G-Power should go up to around 372 km/h (231 mph).
 
Apart from supercharging the engine, the tuner also had to revise the air intake, increase the volume of air going into the air, water and oil coolers. Since the air intake was increased, so had to be the exhaust. At the other end of the car, you’ll now find a new set of titanium pipes that let you know this thing is not ordinary.
 
Racing cats lower the backpressure, and the gases are released through only two 120 mm tailpipes positioned together in the middle of the rear bumper.
 
Other changes include new coil-overs, 400 mm ceramic brake discs, new forged wheels measuring 21x9.5 inches up front and 21x10 inches round the back and a new interior.
 
Inside the cabin, you’ll find that almost all surfaces are covered in Alcantara, some other kind of leather or carbon fiber. Even the footwell is decorated with leather as well as all the pillars throughout the cockpit. Last but not least, we should also mention the new speedometer that now goes up to 400 km/h (248 mph).


 
 
 
 
 

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