A modified BMW M3 and M4 made by German Tuner G-Power achieves a beastly 600hp performance and an even more aggressive redesign making it more appealing for those in search of aftermarket car upgrades.
BMW M3 and BMW M4 Power
The guys at G-Power have installed on the BMW M4 and BMW M3 the Bi-Tronik 2 V3 module parameters as to control the 600 horsepower it generates. The two turbochargers fitted as standard on these cars have been replaced by two larger capacity drives, size, and lightness, reducing inertia and improving throttle response, which as indicated, is now instantaneous and similar to a propeller atmospheric, according to Motorward.
The new drives also increase the supercharging pressure and, therefore, fire engine performance while allowing it to emit even more engine sound. Both the BMW M3 and the BMW M4 receive new collectors and a lightweight titanium exhaust system without catalytic converters and outputs finished in carbon fiber. The result is 600 horsepower and a torque of 740 Nm of torque, a significant increase from the 431 hp and 550 Nm produced by the engine M TwinPower Turbo 3.0 in its factory settings.
All modifications lead to an acceleration of zero to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds, which is an improvement of 0.5 seconds with respect to the original values of both models BMW M3 and BMW M4, while the top speed reached 320 km/h.
BMW M3 and BMW M4 Design
In order to cope with the extra push, G-Power also redesigns the BMW M3 and BMW M4. They added aerodynamic components of carbon fiber carrying a motorsport-inspired design and feature an 'RS' front spoiler and "CS" front splitter, rear diffuser and boot-mounted spoiler. Finishing the look is a set of 20- or 21-inch lightweight forged alloy wheels.
All these styling changes help reduce lift on both axles, which ensures a "more stable handling at high speeds", as the tuner explains, according to Carscoops.
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