At 800 PS (789 hp / 588 kW) and 1,050 Nm (774 lb-ft) of torque, the first part has been taken care of courtesy of the reworked turbochargers and other performance parts in the engine compartment.
The result is a top speed in excess of 330 km/h (205 mph). G-Power didn’t disclose the 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) sprint time, but since the stock M6 equipped with the Competition Package needs 3.9 seconds, we wouldn’t be surprised if that number has dropped to around 3 seconds.
This tuned M6 is more powerful than anything the Munich-based auto brand currently makes. Compared to the stock car, it has an additional 200 PS (197 hp / 147 kW) and 350 Nm (258 lb-ft) of torque. Keep in mind that we’re referring to the Competition Package version, as the regular M6 has only 560 PS (552 hp / 412 kW) and 680 Nm (501 lb-ft).
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Adding the various technical upgrades to your BMW M6 requires spending some serious cash. The Performance Software V4 currently costs €3,519.43 ($4,009), the modified turbochargers add another €4,581.50 ($5,219), the downpipes with sport catalyst are priced at €4,593.40 ($5,232) and the exhaust titanium system will set you back another €6,501.47 ($7,406), without the €1,446.59 ($1,649) carbon tailpipes. Opting for the increased V-max means spending another €516.70 ($589). All prices are for the German market and don’t include installation.
In the design department, G-Power has given this M6 an M4 GTS look, made possible by a carbon fiber body kit consisting of a front spoiler, side skirts, diffuser, rear wing and new bonnet that removes hot air more efficiently. All visual parts are said to have been aerodynamically engineered and give the car “significantly” more downforce on both axles.
Finally, the tuned M6 features an adjustable coilover suspension and a new set of wheels measuring 9×21 and 10.5×21 inches, front and rear respectively, shod in 255/30 and 295/25 tires.