German tuner BMW automobiles is world-famous for making some of the fastest Bimmers in the world. They have now come up with yet another one, this time based on a car that is already bonkers enough by anyone’s standards. The latest G-Power BMW M6 is a four-seat convertible that does 330 km/h.
Potentially, they could have made the G-Power BMW M6 even faster because it uses the same Bi-Kompressor system that made the tuner’s Hurricane M5 a world record holder at 371 km/h. But 330 is plenty fast enough for a cabriolet. Look at it go and hear it roar:
As mentioned, the key to this awe-inspiring performance is a bi-compressor system bolted on the M6’s V8 engine in place of the standard turbos. It is then complemented with larger downpipes and free-flow sport metal catalytic convertors. Linked to a high-quality titanium exhaust ending in four 100 mm diameter carbon-fibre tailpipes. This bunch together give G-Power BMW M6 Cabrio a total of 800 horsepower and around 1,050 Nm of torque.
0 to 100 km/h in this car comes to pass so quickly, they didn’t bother measuring it. Instead they calculated the 0-200 km/h time which is a pulverizing 9.8 seconds. Other highlights of this bad boy besides the mind-bending power and speed it delivers include G-POWER GM6-RS height-adjustable coil-over suspension and a set of G-POWER HURRICANE RR forged alloy wheels.
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