G-Power is a well known tuner for its almost constant thirst of power and performance. Their current project revolves around the F10 BMW M5.
There’s still plenty of work to be done before the car is fully developed but in the meantime, the German tuner has announced some preliminary details.
At the heart of the newly tuned up BMW M5 is G-Power’s Bi-Tronik III package, albeit with a few adaptations to really ring out that twin-turbo 4.4 liter V8 engine.
The standard output of 560 horsepower and 502 lb-ft of torque is scary for most people but G-Power think it’s for the weak.
Not only to they plan to produce a new G-Power M5 with 640 horsepower and 574 lb-ft of torque, they’re even going to make an even hotter one.
The future of the F10 BMW M5 will holds a new Hurricane model, the sort that holds a top speed world record for sedans.
Getting back to the current G-Power M5 tune, it can go from 0 to 62 in as low as 3.0 seconds. Where things get really impressive is at the higher end.
Since the extra power is free to roam as G-Power removed the top speed limiter, the tuned up M5 can go all the way up to a top speed of 193 mph.
There are some handling changes as well. A new height-adjustable coil-over suspension, a new braking system and a new wheel and tire setup make sure you can keep the power in check.
Aesthetically, very little has changed. In fact, the new alloys are the only easily noticeable difference in terms of styling.