We all know what the boys from G-Power are capable of when it comes to tuning a BMW. And they seem to have soft sport for the M3.
Recently, they announced to set a new speed record for a BMW M3, and they will do it in their M3 SK II CS.
To be fair, the last speed record was also achieved by them, in the previous M3 SK II, but with the name grabbing the CS ending, the vehicle also seems to be angrier. Back in 2011, G-Power managed to achieve 333.29 km/h, which is pretty decent for a BMW M3, even a heavily modified one.
To prepare the vehicle in its attempt to go over this mark, the 4.0 liter V8 engine was fitted with the ASA T1-523 supercharger. G-Power also installed an upgraded air intake along with high flow air filters. The ECU was also modded, and even a second fuel pump was installed. After the parts were installed and the G-Power punched in the numbers, they found a 610 Hp output from the BMW M3.