G-Power continues to make an impressive name for themselves into 2010. Two years ago they started a big commotion when the tuner built its 730hp twin-supercharged V10 M5. It became the fasted BMW sedan in the world at 211mph. And this year, they built its Hurricane RS based off the 6-Series that accomplished 228mph, making it the fastest BMW coupe in the world.
Today, they’ve developed two cars that will get more mouths watering. Introducing the new G-Power X5 M and BMW X6 M!
Both cars feature a whole new body kit called the Typhoon S. It includes enlarged air scoops in the carbon front valance with exit air outlets at the Kevlar/carbon hood. This helps cooling performance by 15%. This improvement helps boost the twin-turbo V8’s power 45hp to 600hp.
G-Power also added its quad 100mm exhaust pipes covered by a carbon diffuser. The diffuser claims to reduce downforce at the rear and help the car reach a maximum speed of 186mph.
For better looks, G-Power sells carbon side skirts to match along with 23" forged wheels. The vehicles pictured here have been lowered 1.18" to obtain a tougher stance. Moreover, the interior features a new steering wheel, speedometer, carbon trim, center console and dashboard.
If you’re interested in transforming your X5M or X6M, check out G-Power’s website - www.g-power.com