G-Power’s M5 Touring Is Faster than Ferrari’s F12 and the Aventador

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German tuner G-Power found a really neat way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of its ‘First Class Performance’. They broke their own record for the fastest station wagon in the world with the Hurricane RR Touring model.
The heavily modified BMW E61 M5 Touring model they used was fitted with one of their own bi-kompressor systems that took the power output of the S85 V10 5-liter engine up to 820 HP and 790 Nm of torque.

The top speed recorded was 362 km/h (225 mph) whilst the sprint from a standstill to 100km/h (62 mph) took just 4.4 seconds, 200 km/h (124 mph) came in 9.5 seconds whilst the 300 km/h (186 mph) speed came in at 25,6 seconds.

However, unlike what you might think, the car that managed these incredible numbers was not stripped down to the driver’s bucket seat and a roll cage but instead it features all the possible luxury items you could need inside a car.

The upholstery is premium leather and Alcantara covers almost everything else inside the car (even the trunk was done in leather). The cabin also features an impressive multimedia system with an Apple iMac included and couple of monitors and iPads all around for perfect comfort.

All in all, the car tops the scales somewhere in the vicinity of 2 tones and yet, its faster than an Aventador or a Ferrari F12.
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