• G-Power Hurricane CS based on the Bmw M6

G-Power Hurricane CS based on the Bmw M6
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The German tuners G-Power are able to boast being creators of the world’s fastest sedan, and a wild SUV. The latest addition to their list of extremely modified bimmers is the BMW M6-based Hurricane CS.

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G-Power Hurricane CS based on the Bmw M6
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Besides the outrageous exterior, it is what’s under the hood that makes this vehicle so special, because that helps it to become the world’s fastest coupe with a top speed of 370 km/h (231 MPH). It is the supercharged 750 HP V10 that makes the tremendous velocity possible.

G-Power Hurricane CS based on the Bmw M6
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That much brute force allows for the M6 Hurricane to hit 60 MPH in under 4.4 seconds. But great power comes with great responsibility so the decelleration is handled by a set of 380 mm carbon ceramic brakes clamped by 6 piston calipers.

G-Power Hurricane CS based on the Bmw M6
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The aggressive exterior is enhanced with a redesigned front bumper, new hood, front fenders, side sills, rear fenders, rear trunk spoiler and rear apron with matched cutouts for the exhaust. Not only does it look good, but is actually good for about a 50 pound weight savings. The lightweight theme is carried over into the interior with carbon fiber sport buckets, a new steering wheel and carbon fiber accents throughout. The world’s fastest coupe can be your for only a shade under $450,000.

G-Power Hurricane CS based on the Bmw M6
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Source: G-Power

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  (183) posted on 05.4.2009

It looks fast and most probably fast too! But I was wondering why they chose that headlights. I think gtifever is right. Is it out in the market already? I hope not. Maybe they could still do something about it.

  (182) posted on 05.4.2009

The word G Force is weird for German car. Does it stand for something? And please God someone answer me because I would be very bothered about it for the next few days.

  (137) posted on 05.4.2009

I like the smurfy blue and the yes the headlights are not that fit to the entire design.

  (289) posted on 05.4.2009

Not bad for G force. Does the G stands for American for German Cars?

  (177) posted on 05.4.2009

As Bimmer fan I can’t say much but to admire what they did with this car.Except of course it not easy to earn that $478K to have one.

  (231) posted on 05.4.2009

No engine shots? And the supercharger doesn’t increase the volume of air in the cylinders, it increases the mass of the air. And to increase the mass of the air by only 25% over the nominal value, they’ve got to be running something like only 5 psi of boost. There’s got to be a bit more overhead available out of their kit.

  (318) posted on 05.4.2009

I love the over all tuning for this car, especially with how they improve the speed cap after the tuning. except that this smurfy blue color and the headlights that look like Chinese.

  (314) posted on 05.4.2009

G-Power installs its own belt-driven ASA T1-316 superchargers, tuned to increase the volume of air by up to 25% while running on separate cylinder banks. The engine was also tuned with Mahle forged pistons, effectively reducing compression, as well as higher tolerance rods and pins to help them handle the increase in performance. That makes this Bimmer to cost you a non recession price of $478K.

  (421) posted on 05.4.2009

This car is tagged as the fastest bimmer right? G-Power’s newest tuned monstrosity. It appears ready to break records like its stablemate, the M5-based Hurricane RS. Whereas the Hurricane RS set a world record for the fastest sedan with a top speed of 228mph (367.4km/h). Now what do you expect with the CS?

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