2013 BMW 1-Series M Coupe by G-Power

Noted BMW tuner G-Power has a long history of bringing the noise when it comes to their programs for the German automaker. Their latest program for the 1-Series M Coupe is even more proof of their already stellar reputation as one of the finest BMW tuners in the world.

Using their know-how, G-Power has put together a performance package for the BMW 1-Series M Coupe that’s considered one of the finest in the market, thanks to a plethora of new components added to the car’s engine. The first order of business was the addition of flow optimized downpipes to reduce the exhaust gas temperature and an enlarged capacity for the boost cooling system. G-power installed these components so that the operating temperature of the engine is kept in tip-top shape.

From there, G-Power is adding a titanium exhaust system that not only reduces the weight from the stock system, but also enhances the car’s performance through a wireless control switch. Then, the German tuner installed a custom-made engine software that boosts the output from 340 horsepower and 332 lb-ft of torque to 435 horsepower and 435 lb/ft of torque. Those numbers translate to a 0-62 mph time of just 4.5 seconds with a top speed of 186 mph.

Suspension was also a point of concern for G-Power. So they fitted the 1-Series M Coupe with a new set of their 20" G-Power Silverstone double-spoke wheels wrapped in 20" Michelin tires. Finally, the German tuner did their homework on the brakes, providing its own ceramic braking system to round out the modifications.


4 comments:

I like the orange lining on, they have on the BMW series. The grille is kind of new with the mods of the G-Power.

You can blame them if they have the 186 MPH, and a 4.5 seconds acceleration time. For me, they made it just good.

Yeah, we heard a lot of achievements on the auto making companies recently, and I’m also expecting for the BMW to have one for their units.

This is great. The M-coupe has recorded a 186MPH, but I’m expecting that a coupe will have a better recorded time.

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