A few months ago, famed BMW tuner G-Power unveiled its G6M V10 Hurricane CS Ultimate based around the BMW M6 and pumping out a Bugatti Veyron-equalling 1001 hp. Now the company has dropped a video showing just how accelerative the car is.
As the car is rear-wheel drive, it understandably isn’t all that ferocious off the line due to the obvious lack of traction. In terms of rolling acceleration however, it is very impressive especially when accelerating between 100-200 km/h and 200-300 km/h. As standard, the car will continue to accelerate until 350 km/h but a speed upgrade is available which lifts that up to an immense 372 km/h.
The G6M V10 Hurricane CS Ultimate makes use of the standard M6’s 5.0-litre V10 engine but features a plethora of upgrades to make it’s the most powerful car G-Power has ever created. Most significantly, two superchargers have been installed alongside a custom titanium exhaust system with racing cats. Additionally, a new cold air intake system is feature alongside larger charge air coolers, water and oil coolers. Large 120 mm tailpipes are also featured.
Consequently, the Hurricane CS Ultimate produces a Bugatti Veyron equalling 1001 PS (987 hp) at 8000 rpm and 900 Nm of torque at 6000 rpm. Those figures represent a 494 hp and 380 Nm gain over the stock BMW M6. As a result, G-Power claims that the G6M V10 Hurricane CS Ultimate can sprint to 100 km/h in a mere 4.3 seconds, 200 km/h in 9 seconds flat and 300 km/h in 21.5 seconds.