G-Power has just taken the wraps off its craziest ever BMW 6-Series with the release of the G6M V10 Hurricane CS Ultimate. The car has been created specifically for a customer in the United Arab Emirates and is the latest bespoke creation from the aftermarket tuning firm.
The G6M V10 Hurricane CS Ultimate makes use of the standard M6’s 5.0-litre V10 engine but features a plethora of upgrades to make it’s the most powerful car G-Power has ever created. Most significantly, two superchargers have been installed alongside a custom titanium exhaust system with racing cats. Additionally, a new cold air intake system is feature alongside larger charge air coolers, water and oil coolers. Large 120 mm tailpipes are also featured.
We cant imagine that this car can look better then in orginall version but this tuning take us without words and we can just enjoy in this buety car. Consequently, the Hurricane CS Ultimate produces a Bugatti Veyron equalling 1001 PS (987 hp) at 8000 rpm and 900 Nm of torque at 6000 rpm. Those figures represent a 494 hp and 380 Nm gain over the stock BMW M6. As a result, G-Power claims that the G6M V10 Hurricane CS Ultimate can sprint to 100 km/h in a mere 4.3 seconds, 200 km/h in 9 seconds flat and 300 km/h in 21.5 seconds. With an optional taller final drive, the top speed sits at an immense 372 km/h.
To help support all of this added power, torque and performance, G-Power has installed a set of fully adjustable coilovers to lower the vehicle’s centre of gravity and to ensure it remains stable at speed. Upgraded brakes incorporating 400 mm vented carbon ceramic discs at the front have also been fitted.
Visually, the car features a bespoke bodykit. That new kit includes a revised front fascia with a different lower splitter and an aggressive bonnet with eye-catching air intakes. Large aftermarket wheels have also been installed alongside new front and rear quarters and side skirts. The rear end then adopts a prominent carbon fibre wing and diffuser.