Usually G-Power is the kind of tuner that makes quite an impression on us, but this time they managed to underwhelm us a bit. So the question is, how did G-Power went from offering cars like the Hurricane to offering individualized interiors? We can only find one answer to this question: there are people with a lot of money out there that need another way to separate their money from their wallets!
What you see in here is a BMW M6 interior designed using the tuner’s new individual interior design — a program that allows the customer to fully customize the M6’s interior, which is a good thing sometimes. In this case, however, our eyes are now numb from staring at the sea of grey that G-Power created. Much like a responsible tattoo artist, G-Power should have looked at this customer and said “are you sure that’s what you want?” but, we’re sure G-Power will produce some knockout examples too.
The interior can be fully trimmed in a combination of premium Kjerba Nappa leather, Alcantara and carbon fiber. The front seats, rear seats and the door panels receive contrasting stitching and numerous G-Power logos will constantly remind you of who did the work. Along with the upholstery work, the tuner offers individual Entertainment, Infotainment and Business Packages that will further customize the interior of the M6.
Before you get really disappointed, we have some good news for you. The example car comes equipped with the SK III RS twin-supercharger system that increases the engine’s power to an impressive 750 horsepower and raises top speed to 223 mph.
Here’s to hoping that G-Power releases some images of some slightly less mind-numbing interior upgrades. This all-grey deal is just an odd one to feature.