G-Power, the well-known tuning company specialised in Bmw vehicles unveiled its latest masterpiece: the G-Power M6 Hurricane based on the Bmw M6 Convertible. The vehicle enters in the exclusive list of one of the most powerful convertibles in the world. Powered by a 635 hp V10 engine, the car can accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 4.6 seconds, 0-200 km/h in 11.9 seconds and from 0-300 km/h in 34.5 seconds from standstill. Although the M6 is usually limited at 250 km/h, The G-Power Hurricane is limited at 320 km/h in order to respect the safety regulations but according to the manufacturer the top speed can be close to 335 km/h.
The performances of the car need high performance components, that’s why the tuning company changed almost the entire bodykit of the car. The new kit consists in new front apron made from light carbon fiber, new side skirts, re-designed rear bumper and new rear air diffuser with integrated exhaust system. Price of the vehicle? 183,000 Euros.
Those, who want the Mercedes C class (W204) provide with a sportier handling, now can order from KW automotive a coilover suspension V3, especially developed for this model. It allows a customized lowering between 30 and 55 mm at the front axle and 20 to 50 mm at the rear axle. The coilover suspension V3 for the C class is available with immediate effect. KW automotive´s programme for the midsize saloon starts with sports springs (lowering: 30 mm), also available immediately.
The BMW M6 (Type M560), too, can be equipped with a coilover suspension V3 also featuring the groundbreaking stainless steel technology „inox-line”. Here, the possible lowering is between 15-45 mm at front and rear axle. The coilover suspension for the strongest BMW 6 series model is available with immediate effect. Specialty of this suspension set is a module, which deactivates the system for the factory mounted electronic dampers (EDC).
BMW released the specifications and pricing for the 2008 M6 Coupe and Convertible. . Aside from the handsome carbon-fiber-roofed M6 Coupe, the M6 Convertible also benefits from updates that the 2008 6 Series—the vehicle which these M vehicles are based on—received for the new model year. These revisions includes subtle styling enhancements, updated interior controls and details, revised exterior lighting, new standard and optional equipment and enhanced iDrive features for greater flexibility. Pricing start from $100,075 for the Coupe version and from $105,875 for the Convertible version.
BMW M6 will enter in the Grand-Am Rolex Sports Car Series GT class in 2008. The M3 is featured in the KONI Challenge Series for the past six years, but is for the first time when an automatic M6 enters a racing competition.
If you have money to spend and want to buy a real nice car, Cars.com made a list with top ten cars over $100,000 cars. But even if the list is very long allready, the trend doesn’t look to be ending anytime soon, either. New $100,000-plus entries from Porsche and Aston Martin are on the way, and even BMW and Mercedes-Benz are looking to produce new, rarified models.
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The holidays are coming early for 50 Neiman Marcus customers who managed to place their calls into BMW to order the new 2007 BMW M6 Convertible that was featured in this year’s Neiman Marcus Christmas Book, as it went on sale yesterday at 12 PM, EDT.
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BMW M announces the arrival of the ultimate 2+2, open air driving experience - the new BMW M6 Convertible. Like its Coupe stablemate, the M6 Convertible combines a 500 horsepower V10 and the seven-speed Sequential M Gearbox with Drivelogic. It also combines the luxury and elegance of the 6 Series Convertible with true super-car performance - 0 - 60 mph in about 4.5 seconds and a top speed electronically limited to 155 mph. With production beginning this September, the 2007 M6 Convertible (...) > Full story