The BMW tuners from German, G-Power claims that they had built the fastest BMW Coupe ever.the G-Power M6 Hurricane CS is a more extreme and powerful edition of the 635HP M6 Hurricane. The CS uses an upgraded version of the M5 Hurricane’s 730HP twin turbocharged V10 that delivers an output of 750HP and made it possible to reach a top speed of 370 kM/h.
Further development of the M5 Hurricane’s V10 engine that included optimized mapping of the ECU and redesigned turbochargers contributed to the increased power output of 750 horsepower available between 7,500 and 8,000 rpm, and the peak torque of 800Nm or 590 lb-ft at 5,000 rpm.
The 750Hp V10 and the weight saving measures help the Hurricane CS sprint from zero to 100km/h or 62mph in 4.4 seconds, to 200km/h or 124mph in 9.6 seconds and to 300 km/h or 187mph in just 26 seconds.
With the extra power from the engine and a diet program, the Hurricane CS will sprint from a standstill to 100km/h in 4.4 seconds amd from 0 to 200 km/h will take 9.6 seconds and in another 16.4 seconds, the speedometer will read 300km/h.
To stop the 750 horses in time, a set of 6-piston Carbon Ceramics brake system is fitted together with a 380 mm disc brake. And to keep the coupe in control, a set of height adjustable G-POWER coil-over RS suspension with nine selectable settings each for bound and rebound os fitted together with the G-POWER anti-roll-bar kit for the front and rear axles.
Other modifications on the G-Power M6 Hurricane CS include the multipart widebody aero kit that consists of new fenders, restyled bumpers, hood vents, carbon fiber spoilers and rear diffuser.
During the speed test, G-Power said the 21-inch Silverstone Diamond wheels and the normal tires used would not survive speed in excess of 340km/h. For the Speed test, Michelin provided a set of special high performance Pilot Sport PS2 in sizes 255/35 ZR 19 in front and 305/30 ZR 19 on the rear axle.
Hom much does it cost to get a blistering 340km/h coupe? G-Power said, the price for a fully converted Hurricane CS would set you back €360,000 (RM 1,700,000)