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    Bugatti Veyron Fighter: 231mph, 1001 hp BMW M6

    May 15th, 2015 by Horatiu Boeriu

    German tuning shop G-Power unveils their latest project based on the previous generation E63 M6. The car belongs to a customer from UAE and has received a power upgrade which matches the one found in the Bugatti Veyron.

    This is G-Power’s most powerful vehicle featuring a 5.0-liter V10 engine tuned up by a whopping 494 HP (363 kW) and 380 Nm (280 lb-ft) to a grand total of 1,001 HP (736 kW) at 8,000 rpm and 900 Nm (665 lb-ft) at 6,000 rpm. The additional oomph was obtained after installing a twin supercharger system and a titanium exhaust system.

    The G-Power M6 now runs to 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.3 seconds and hits 200 km/h (124 mph) in 9 seconds. The 0-300 km/h (0-186 mph) sprint takes 21.5 seconds before topping out at more than 370 km/h (230 mph).

    Developed in the wind tunnel, the HURRICANE Wide Body kit takes styling cues from the key elements of the M6 design and harmoniously blends them with the G-POWER philosophy for a more purposeful look. This bespoke carbon-fibre body kit highlights the exclusivity of this ‘One-of-One’ edition.

    To ensure that the chassis of the HURRICANE CS G6M would not be overwhelmed by the monstrous engine power, the engineers embarked on a comprehensive suspension upgrade that has been thoroughly track tested and signed off as the G-POWER ‘NÜRBURGRING SETUP’.

    This consists of fully adjustable coil-over suspension that lowers the center of gravity and ensures unerring stability at speed. To counter the cars huge speed potential and lower unsprung weight, the four-wheel ceramic brake system uses 400 mm vented brake discs to help the driver of the G6 M HURRICANE CS ultimate stop safely at all times.

    The massive G-POWER ceramic brake discs sit comfortably behind 9.0 and 10.5×21-inch HURRICANE RR ultra-light forged alloy wheels wrapped in 255/25ZR21 and 295/30ZR21 Michelin tyres. Among the lightest wheels available in these sizes, they perfectly complement the design ethos of the G6M HURRICANE CS ultimate.

    Inside, almost all surfaces are covered in high-quality leather or Alcantara, featuring an innovative carbon imprint. The ultra light race style seats have carbon-fibre backs and hold occupants firmly in place at speed.

    Key Facts: G6M V10 HURRICANE CS ultimate – the most powerful G-POWER vehicle ever.

    • 1001 hp / 736 kW at 8,000 rpm (+ 494 hp/363 kW)
    • 900 Nm at 6,000 rpm (+ 380 Nm)
    • V-max: > 370 km/h
    • 0-100 km/h: 4.3 sec
    • 0-200 km/h: 9.0 sec
    • 0-300 km/h: 21.5 sec
    • M6 V10 SK III RRs bi-Kompressorsystem (twin-supercharger)
    • Titanium exhaust system with Race-Cats and 2 x 120 mm tail pipes
    • Full carbon-fibre Wide Body kit
    • Ceramic brake system with 400 mm diameter brake discs
    • 21-inch HURRICANE RR forged alloy wheels
    • Coilover suspension with G-POWER “NÜRBURGRING SETUP”
    • Hand-crafted interior
    • Custom-built ‘One-of-One’


    How many vents does that car have??? Fast but ugly I'd say!

    Interior however is a different story!
    Drive To The Satisfaction... A Dreamer's Pursuit

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    Alpine White / Sakhir Orange

    Mods: ZCP Kidney Grilles

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    Mods: Full Catless AlphaMale Performance Valvetronic Exhaust | Macht Schnell Stage 2 Air Intake | H&R Lowering Springs | ECS Tuning Spacers | Carbon Fiber Front Splitters | Glossy Black Kidney Grilles | Plasti-Dipped Fender Grilles | LCI Tail Lights | Carbon Fiber H-Style Diffuser | Stage 2 Tune (Simon MotorSport) | Macht Schnell Pulleys | Carbon Fiber LowKick Trunk Spoiler

    2003 E46 M3 - Carbon Black / Imola Red (BLOWN)
    Mods: Rear Smoked LEDs | Front Smoked Corner Lights | 4300K Phillips 85122+ Bulbs | BMC Drop-In Panel | Matt Black Kidney Grilles | 7500K CCFL | Matt Black Side Grilles | FOX SS Muffler | VIEZU Remap | CSL Carbon Fiber Splitters | EvoSport Under Drive Pulley Kit | K&N Cold Air Intake | K&N Scoops | Hawk Carbon-Ceramic Brake Pads | R1Concepts Zinc-Coated Cross-Drilled Rotors | Agency Power Stainless Steel Braided Brake Lines | Hyper Black M3 Competition Rims | FXR Bi-Xenon Projectors w/ Clear Lenses | 70% 3M Tinting
    1997 E39 528i - Champagne Beige / Sand Beige (SOLD)
    Mods: Front & Rear OEM Facelift | K&N Cold Air Intake | Straight Pipes | MAF Delete | Custom Made Air Intake Elbow | 3.15 LSD Differential | SplitFire Spark Plugs | E36-7 Z3 OEM 17" Rims | 50% 3M Tinting

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      Also why did they close this section? It cannot be good for the aerodynamics.

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      Also, the openings on the bonnet are designed as intake openings. However, the actual opening of the intake track is up front near the front bumper. This piece also seems to be dysfunctional.

      In addition, don't see why it would need 21" wheels. Even 20" wheels would have cleared those brakes. It could have used more rubber to get better traction at low speeds.