G-Power BMW M6 Hurricane RR

G-Power never ceases to amaze us, this time with the new BMW M6 Hurricane RR, which they claim to be the world’s fastest four seat coupe. Based off the factory BMW M6 Coupe, this Hurricane RR adopted the V10 twin supercharged engine found in the previous M5 Hurricane RR, that produces 800 horsepower around 7,500 rpm and 800 Nm of torque at 5,000 rpm. At the track, the 0 to 100 km/h was a little slow because of traction problems, but was still less than 4.35 seconds, however the 200 km/h mark was reached in 9.5 seconds, and in just 24.9 seconds it accomplished 300 km/h. Performance upgrades aren’t the only thing found on this BMW M6, G-Power hooked it up with some styling options next.

Andrew Bynum’s Pimped Out BMW M6

Being a professional basketball player definitely has its perks, and here we have Andrew Bynum of the Los Angeles Lakers showing off his pimped out BMW M6. Out of all the cars he could have picked with his $13.8 million a year salary for the 2010-2011 season, he decided to go with a BMW M6. Personally, I would have just ordered a Bugatti with that kind of money, but the modifications Bynum went with were worth the time. He chose G-Power to increase the performance with a stage 3 kit consisting of a  new supercharger system, ECU tuning, and exhaust system. The result is over 800 horsepower in this custom M6, much more than the factory 500 hp, and he didn’t stop there.

Prior Design BMW M6

The German tuners from Prior Design have released a refined BMW M6 with the project name PD550. Previously tuning a Porsche 997 Turbo, Mini Cooper S, and Jaguar XJR models, the BMW M6 received a new custom made body kit. The kit consists of a new front bumper, rear bumper, side skirts, and front fenders. Equipped with large multi-spoke black wheels measuring 20×9 and 20×10.5, the PD550 BMW M6 really stands out. The wheels are also available in a 21″ model, and both come wrapped with 255/35ZR20 or 21 tires in the front, and 285/30ZR20 or 21 tires in the rear. Giving the car a wider stance, the body kit by Prior Design widens the BMW M6 by 80 mm. Now combine the large wheels, wide-body kit, lowered suspension, and you will have a true monster on the road.

G-Power BMW M6 Hurricane CS

German car tuning company G-Power delivered the power with this BMW M6, breaking the world record for fastest sedan at a top speed of 370 km/h or 231 mph. Naming it the Hurricane CS, this is the fastest BMW coupe in the world with a powerful twin supercharged V10 engine delivering 750 hp and 590 ft-lbs of torque. To get these astounding numbers out of a BMW, the engineers at G-Power had to install belt driven ASA T1-316 superchargers, and forged pistons from Mahle were used to reduce compression. The pistons from Mahle are exactly the same weight as the stock pistons, however significantly stronger to handle the extra boost from the superchargers. To optimize the V10 engine, a remapping of the ECU was needed for the superchargers.

AC Schnitzer BMW M6 Tension Street

AC Schnitzer revealed the Tension Concept based on BMW M6 a couple of years ago but since this car impressed a lot of people they had to make a street version of their tuning kit. The car’s bonnet is eye catching and it has a large air outlet in a chrome frame that should be enough to cool down this car’s engine. They made a special front skirt which makes the car lower and it also improves downforce on the front axle at incredible speeds. The car’s rear part has a new design and a boot lid which continues the race car look. This BMW also received new sport mirrors painted with metallic & white and the guys from AC Schnitzer had to equip their version with the latest wheels made by their company from forget alloy.

Lumma BMW M6

German cars are luxurious and stylish but most of them lack that aggressive look that only Italian supercars have. This BMW M6 received a new design from Lumma and if it wouldn’t have that BMW grille this ride would look like an italian supercar. The guys from Lumma tried to keep up with the desires of many m6 drivers and they changed the car’s bodywork a lot. The new body kit has new spoilers, blinds, bonner, tailgate and most people won’t realize this car is a BMW if they don’t see it’s front side. The car is wider than the stock version and it was also lowered to have more stability and an aggressive and attractive look. Lumma Design BMW M6 could also receive interior modifications to satisfy any customer.