G-Power has disclosed full details about their tuning program for the BMW M6 Coupe (F13). Output of the twin-turbo, 4.4-liter V8 engine has increased to 640 HP (471 kW) and 573 lb-ft (777 Nm) of torque, up from the series 560 HP (412 kW) and 501 lb-ft (680 Nm).
Thanks to the power boost, the latest M6 Coupe will do the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint in 3.8 seconds, making it 0.4 seconds faster than the standard model. Top speed stands at 315 km/h (196 mph), slightly more than the standard variant equipped with the M Driver’s Package which can hit 305 km/h (189 mph).
Aside from the additional horsepower, the BMW M6 Coupe has also received 21-inch alloys wrapped around in Michelin Super Sport tires measuring 265/30 front and 305/25 rear. There’s also a custom titanium exhaust system which is 26.4 lbs (12 kg) lighter compared to the stock one and also benefits from 100mm carbon tailpipes. Other changes worth mentioning include G-Power’s ceramic braking system, as well as a coilover suspension.
As far as pricing is concerned, you’ll have to pay 5,200 euros for the power boost, 8,325 euros for the wheels and tires, 14,460 euros for the carbon ceramic brake kit, 5,985 euros for the titanium exhaust system and an extra 2,179 euros for the coilover suspension.