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Matt Purple BMW M6 Tuned by G-Power Hides Some Serious Power

A rather impressive BMW M6 model was spotted recently in Zurich, Switzerland. What really caught our eye, apart from the Matte Purple wrap it was wearing, was a little sticker at the back that said ‘G-Power’.
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The car looks rather stock from the outside and if someone wanted it to seem like a sleeper on the road, that would be exactly what should be done. However, little details like that sticker could very well give it all away.

That’s because G-Power makes some of the meanest engine tuning kits for the M6 in the business. Their experience and relentless search for the best mixture of performance and comfort is visible throughout their line-up.

They are currently offering two different kits that can take the power output up to 740 HP and 975 Nm (719 lb-ft) of torque. However, for those levels of performance a host of upgrades have to be done to the car, including a new ECU map and new exhaust system.

On the other hand, for the Bi-Tronik V1 package, that gets your car up to 640 HP and 830 Nm (612 lb-ft) of torque all you have to do is rewrite the ECU map. That’s what we’re guessing lies under the bonnet of this car, as the exhaust seems unchanged as well as other parts that would’ve been upgraded otherwise such as the brakes.

If that’s the case, this thing is probably capable of going well over the 300 km/h (186 mph) barrier despite weighing nearly 2 tons.

 
 
 
 
 

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