German car tuning manufacturer, G-Power, was founded in 1983 in Autenzell, Bavaria and was integrated into the ASA Group in 2007. The company is recognized for its specialism in tuning BMW cars and manufacturing boutique vehicles and holds several world records; its supercharged personal training.0L V-10 800 hp BMW M5 Hurricane RR may be the fastest saloon car in production.
Recently, G-Power teamed on top of BMW generate an even faster version of the BMW M5, dubbed the G-Power Bi-Tronik III. Already a pretty nippy model, the regular M5 sports a nearly four.4 litre twin-turbo V8 that delivers 552bhp. That's not a problem German tuner's overhaul, however, this is increased to a staggering 631bhp and means the car is capable of a top speed of 195mph and will definitely achieve the 0-62mph sprint in merely a 3.9 mere seconds.
Other addendums to the model include a louder, stainless steel exhaust system and re-programmed software that limits torque during gear changes to relieve the volume stress relating to the drivetrain. Power reaches the tarmac via impressive 21-inch forged alloy wheels that included Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres, although the package is fully gone off with G-Power coil-over suspension and a carbon ceramic braking system, which is approximately half the of normal one.
A healthy price tag will be attached to the model - rumour has it that even the various components will cost you a small fortune, with the wheels and tyres costing around 8,325 E.
As if that wasn't enough, G-Power has released info on a successor to the M5 Hurricane RR, a model which is placed to up its power to 818bhp. The V-10 engine is to be fitted with even better superchargers, new fuel injectors and a superior performance fuel pump, may endow car will a speed of over 230mph and cut its 0-124mph in order to a dazzling 9.1 the least bit.
There in order to just 100 models for this M5 Hurricane built for customers, it's unlikely a large number of more is actually going to produced. The closest most would probably get to this super powerful, super fast model is at a motor show or track day, where the prowess of those models can be enjoyed by many.