G-Power never ceases to amaze us, this time with the new BMW M6 Hurricane RR, which they claim to be the world’s fastest four seat coupe. Based off the factory BMW M6 Coupe, this Hurricane RR adopted the V10 twin supercharged engine found in the previous M5 Hurricane RR, that produces 800 horsepower around 7,500 rpm and 800 Nm of torque at 5,000 rpm. At the track, the 0 to 100 km/h was a little slow because of traction problems, but was still less than 4.35 seconds, however the 200 km/h mark was reached in 9.5 seconds, and in just 24.9 seconds it accomplished 300 km/h. Performance upgrades aren’t the only thing found on this BMW M6, G-Power hooked it up with some styling options next.
As seen here, the M6 was dressed with new aero parts including a carbon fiber front skirt and new rear spoiler. Inside you will find a new speedometer capable of reaching 400 km/h, along with carbon fiber trim for the dashboard, center console, and door trim.