The F12/F13 BMW M6 is simply stunning. As a GT car it stands out, it is more comfortable than before and it is better looking as well.
What it doesn’t have is a certain blokishness about it. The previous version of the M6 (and the M5 for that matter) were the sort of cars that really appealed to automotive enthusiasts.
These are the kind of people that can appreciate the wide variety of settings your suspension, gearbox, engine and everything else as well.
Now, if you’re a bloke and you fancy some tuning, the “old” V10 engine is certainly more up your street since it’s open for a lot more fettling.
G-Power’s Hurricane RR is regarded as one of the finest tuning kits you can fit to the old M6 and it’s simple to explain why.
It’s simply mad with power. The 5.0 liter V10 engine gets a twin-supercharger kit which brings the end output up to 800 horsepower and 590 lb-ft of torque.
Taking this into account has a whopping effect on performance. 0 to 62 comes up in 4.3 seconds and the top speed is 230 mph.
With that in mind, you’re looking at the fastest four seater coupe in the world. We love the F12/F13 M6 but there’s a certain feeling about it being more interesting once G-Power has a go at it.
There’s some time before we’re going to see a successor to the BMW M6 Hurricane RR but if anybody can come up with such a thing the German tuner is one of most trustworthy authority on the matter.