G-Power Hurricane RR

G-Power have built on the success of the Hurricane RS with the Hurricane RR. The car reached a verified 372,1km/h (231mph) after changing the tyres for smaller 19 inch units rated for a higher top speed. Another world record for a production sedan!

G-Power are now offering the same spec car to customers. The car includes redesigned ASA T1-316 twin superchargers, able to produce up to 900hp but limited to a reliable 800hp for this car. An aluminium unit replaces the standard air box providing an increased engine response and torque. MAHLE high-performance forged pistons have been installed, the standard connecting rods and piston pins where also replaced with stronger parts.

A new engine management system helps produce 800hp between 7,500 and 8,000rpm and peak torque of 800Nm at 5,000rpm. Needless to say, the figures are impressive. 0-100km/h (62mph) in 4.35 seconds, 9.5 seconds up to 200km/h and 25.8 seconds up to 300km/h.

G-Powers ‘Highline’ body kit is fitted to the car. It consists of front and rear skirts and spoilers, doors renderings and a rear spoiler. Each part is optimised to enable maximum downforce and aerodynamic efficiency.

For the speed record, the Hurricane RR ran Michelin Pilot Sport tires in the dimensions 255/35 ZR19 at the front axle and 305/30 ZR19 at the rear axle. For more normal applications a set of G-Power 20 inch Silverstone Clubsport wheels with the dimensions 245/35 ZR20 and 285/30 ZR20 front and rear are offered, again with Michelin tires.

A new high-performance braking kit and suspension set is carried over from the Hurricane RS. The coilover suspension is adjustable for both compression and rebound in nine settings.

Inside there is clear-coated carbon fiber panels for the dashboard, center console and door panels as well as a tachometer to provide accurate speed readings. Finally, G-Power offer an ergonomic steering wheel upholstered in Kjerba Nappa leather.

The price? From € 251,100. The conversion can be applied to either the sedan or the station wagon.


  1. IM not one for German upgrade companies. Although this car is dreadfully ugly and has the acceleration of a salty slug, the speed is worth all of the misery:)

  2. Acceleration of a slaty slug? lol

    0-100km/h (62mph) in 4.35 seconds, 9.5 seconds up to 200km/h and 25.8 seconds up to 300km/h …

    Have you ever been in anything that goes under 7 sec from 0-100 …

    BMW ///M Power and G Power forever …