German car tuning company G-Power has introduced the world’s most powerful BMW X6M, so far. Called the G-Power TYPHOON S, the tuned X6M comes with 725 horses (170 HP more than stock) and 656 pound-feet (890 Nm) of torque. The torque is electronically limited in order to protect the stock transmission from being obliterated, unrestricted torque is 738 lb-ft (1,000 Nm).
The first thing you’ll notice is the new front bumper which has enormous air intakes, these intakes and the vents on the carbon fiber hood provide an additional 15% cooling to the beastly engine.
The 4.4 liter V8 bi-turbo engine had to be re-tuned with new engine mapping, the electronic top speed limiter was also removed. A new free flowing stainless steel exhaust system was installed which can be substituted with an optional titanium unit. The G-Power TYPHOON S BMW X6M can reach 62 mph in only 4.2 seconds with a top speed of 186 mph (300 km/h).
The body kit is based on the TYPHOON kit with a few modifications; in addition to the front bumper the X6M also receives a new rear bumper with a diffuser and wider fender flares to house the 11 x 23” front and 12 x 23” rear 3-piece G-Power Silverstone RS aluminum rims. To keep this beast planted on the road, high performance ZR rated tires and a new sports suspension was added; the new suspension lowers the ride height by 30 mm.
The interior has been left alone (probably because the technicians were having too much fun increasing the horsepower) but it can be upgraded with new leather and Alcantara at the customer’s request.