If you want to channel your inner speed freak, then this modified E92-generation M3 might get your senses tingling with excitement. Whether you intend to take it for a highway cruise or do laps at any nearby racetrack, this may serve as good news to you.
G-Power, a notable German car tuning manufacturer, worked its magic on the BMW M3 and unleashed the sports car's full potential by further customizing the vehicle and creating the road legal speed monster with the moniker "M3 GT2 S Hurricane". We do agree with this storm reference as a perfectly valid description.
With this BMW M3 GT2 S Hurricane, G-Power has proven to everyone once again at how it has mastered tuning the sporty line-ups of the German automaker models, further confirming why it is the ideal partner for someone who hopes to produce a professional Clubsport car. The German tuning company revamped the M3's already outstanding V8 powertrain standard.
The biggest adjustment that has been made is the use of a long-stroke crankshaft that will boost the displacement from its stock 4.0 L to an impressive 4.5 L. The pistons and connecting rods already have forged components. The more solid internals are important due to the fact that the German tuner added a supercharger that runs at approximately 11.6 psi (0.8 bar). All of these awesome additions will yield 709 hp (529 kW) and 479 lb-ft (650 Nm) of pure torque. A limited-slip differential with an independent oil cooler will ensure that all the grunt will get on the pavement.
The German tuner claimed that with its higher displacement, the supercharged BMW M3 can reach an impressive 124 miles per hour (200 km per hour), needing only 9.8 seconds to do the job. The speed hungry M3 also has a top speed of 205 mph (330 km/h). G-Power also installed coilovers with its own Nurburgring Setup that will help tune the ride height and dampers for the Green Hell, thereby making the most out of the huge output. Moreover, the German tuner didn't shy away from the aesthetics, as they fitted the M3 with a carbon fiber widebody kit in a dashing orange covering the 19 inch wheels.
Not only that, the German tuner also swapped the hood and doors with carbon fiber parts. Air jacks quickly lift the car to ensure suave swapping of tires while on track. G-Power did not spare the interior of modifications, as it removed the cabin of its stock parts, including the rear seat. The German tuner covered everything with Alcantara covers. A basic multi-function display is situated in the instrument panel instead of the original gauges. Moreover, a roll cage will encase occupants on the track for safety purposes. A fire suppression system is installed as well.
If you fancy owning this M3 orange speed monster, then G-Power is more than willing to modify your vehicle for you. For the complete set, you can own one for around €292,883 ($328,260 at current exchange rates).