BMW M6 coupe gets the G-Power treatment

AutoTrader NZ
Published 3 September 2020

The new super-coupe will reportedly go from 0-100kmh in 4.4s, pass 200kmh in 9.6s and reach 300kmh after 26s.

It reached a top speed of 367.4kmh, making it the fastest BMW coupe in the world.

G-Power’s Hurricane CS follows on from the company’s Hurricane RS, which was based on the M5 and became the fastest sedan. It’s top speed is also 367.4kmh. 

The Hurricane GS is powered by a twin-supercharged version of the legendary high-rev BMW M V10, and develops up to 750hp (522kW) and 590lb-ft (800Nm) of torque and.

Engineers installed the German company’s belt-driven ASA T1-316 superchargers, and special forged pistons and rods and pins are stronger and able to handle the higher forces.

A multipart widebody kit, high performance carbon-ceramic brakes, fully adjustable suspension kit and oversized 21in wheels wrapped with Michelin rubber certainly make the car stand out.