It’s been a while since we’ve seen a G-Power tuning project, however new records have been set with the release of the four door BMW M5 Hurricane RR. At the track the car was able to reach an amazing 372 km/h, with a 0 to 100 k/h time of just 4.35 seconds. Contributing to the world’s fastest sedan title is a redesigned twin supercharger system consisting of ASAT1-316 units, and new internals for the 10-cylinder powerplant. G-Power used the precisely balanced and lightweight MAHLE forged pistons to give them lower compression while improving strength. The result is 800 horsepower and 800 Nm of torque after a final ECU remap to the BMW M5 Hurricane RR.