Although the 2012 BMW M6 Coupé has only been launched recently, that doesn’t stop German tuner, G-Power, from preparing an upgrade programme for the car.
Known as the M6 Bi-Tronik III, the kit boosts power from the standard 412kW (552hp/560PS) to 471kW (631hp/640PS) and torque from 680Nm to 777Nm. This is achieved via optimising the 4.4-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine.
G-Power has also fitted a four-pipe stainless steel exhaust system, carbon fibre brakes, 21-inch Silverstone RS alloys and an adjustable RS coilover suspension.
As a result, the M6 now hits a top end of 310km/h (192mph), 5km/h more than even the version that is optioned with the M Driver’s Package that can reach 305km/h (189mph).
The tuner has left most of the car’s already aggressive aesthetic untouched, saved for a set of black alloy wheels.