BMW branded vehicles don’t need any presentation. They are some of the most appreciated vehicles in the world and they are spread on the entire planet. And G-Power is a tuning company that works exactly for the owners of BMW models. Now, they have focused on the BMW M5 which has just received a serious upgrade.
The most outstanding thing is that G-Power managed to get 740 horsepower (455 kW) and 975 Nm (717 lb-ft) out of the 4.4 V8 bi-turbo engine. And we must remember that the stock version only generates 560 hp/(412 kW) and 680 Nm (502 lb-ft). Well, this impressive power boost has been possible thanks to a performance package called Bi-Tronik 5 V4. It consists of an external performance module that has been based on a microprocessor and a Titanium exhaust system with racing catalysts. To these, a softer optimization is added so the vehicle can top out at 350 km/h, with the 0-200 km/h done in only 10.5 seconds.
The BMW M5 also received a new engine cover, which is now manufactured from visual carbon fibre, and it has the tuning company's badge in the middle. The vehicle is also equipped with four titanium/carbon tail pipes. And a new set of 21 inch G-Power HURRICANE RR wheels complete the picture. They are wrapped in 255/30 ZR 21 and 295/25 ZR 21 Michelin tires. It seems that G-Power has done a great job once again.
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