G-POWER M3 SK II Hits 207.10 mph
At this year’s Nardo High-Speed Test that was held in Italy by the famous German car magazine Auto, Motor und Sport, the tuners from G-Power tested their new kit for the BMW M3, managing to hit an impressive top speed of 207.10 mph or 333.29 km/h.
This M3 was fitted with a powerful SK II “Sporty Drive” supercharger and it was driven by the Vice President and Technical Director of G-Power, Christian Stober. There were only two other cars faster than this BMW M3, one had an engine that produced 900 hp and another one that featured a 1,000 hp engine.
With the aforementioned SK II supercharger, G-POWER’s BMW M3 managed to deliver 562 hp (570 PS / 419 kW) and a peak torque of 417 lb.-ft (565 Nm), enough for a 0-62 mph sprint of 4.4 seconds. The car is able to hit 124 mph (200 km/h) from start in only 12.9 seconds.
Aside from these engine modifications, the tuners also installed a GM3 RS coilover suspension, bigger brake discs and Silverstone wheels wrapped around in Michelin Pilot Super Sport rubber.
G-POWER mentioned that if their BMW M3 had a taller gear, the car would have been able to reach a top speed of 211 mph (340 km/h).
If you have a BMW M3 and you want this supercharger kit, prepare to pay 11,500 Euros, without taking into consideration the price for installation.
Source: G-POWER via WCF
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