G-Power creates the world’s fastest BMW coupe

G-Power creates the world’s fastest BMW coupe

G-power Hurricane M6 fq

The crew at tuning company G-Power are constantly striving to produce the most insane BMWs on the planet by combining forced induction with thoroughly revised suspensions and aerodynamics to attain ridiculously unreasonable speeds. It’s latest creation, the M6 Hurricane CS, goes to the level set by its M5-based Hurricane RS, and straps a duo of superchargers onto the 5.0-litre V10, boosting the coupe’s output to 740 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque.

Combined with a remapped ECU and a titanium exhaust, along with carbon fibre seats and a few other tweaks to reduce the curb weight by around 40kg, the CS dashes to 100 kph in 4.4 seconds, and on to a claimed top speed of 365 kph — which makes it the fastest road-going BMW coupe on Earth.

In addition to the twin superchargers and unique body-kit, G-Power has decked out the CS with carbon ceramic brakes at all four corners, with the front discs measuring in at a huge 380mm and clamped by six-piston calipers. A coil-over suspension with nine adjustable settings joins front and rear anti-roll bars, and for just 390,000 euros, it could be all yours.

G-power Hurricane M6 fq

The crew at tuning company G-Power are constantly striving to produce the most insane BMWs on the planet by combining forced induction with thoroughly revised suspensions and aerodynamics to attain ridiculously unreasonable speeds. It’s latest creation, the M6 Hurricane CS, goes to the level set by its M5-based Hurricane RS, and straps a duo of superchargers onto the 5.0-litre V10, boosting the coupe’s output to 740 hp and 590 lb-ft of torque.

Combined with a remapped ECU and a titanium exhaust, along with carbon fibre seats and a few other tweaks to reduce the curb weight by around 40kg, the CS dashes to 100 kph in 4.4 seconds, and on to a claimed top speed of 365 kph — which makes it the fastest road-going BMW coupe on Earth.

In addition to the twin superchargers and unique body-kit, G-Power has decked out the CS with carbon ceramic brakes at all four corners, with the front discs measuring in at a huge 380mm and clamped by six-piston calipers. A coil-over suspension with nine adjustable settings joins front and rear anti-roll bars, and for just 390,000 euros, it could be all yours.

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