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BMW M8 Coupe from G-Power as G8M Bi-Turbo with 820 hp!

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Recently updated on April 23, 2023 at 09:22 am

BMW M8 Coupe from G-Power as G8M Bi-Turbo with 820 hp!

We can't withhold this BMW M8 Coupe (F92) presented two days ago on the G-Power Instagram page as a G8M bi-turbo with 820 hp! At first glance, the M8 Coupé actually looks decent in the black and white mix. However, a second look reveals that numerous changes have been made to the vehicle. The G8M coupe is G-Power's current benchmark with regard to vehicles with the propeller. And in addition to the changed look, it is in particular the key data that the coupe, with the tuned V8 under the hood, has to offer. Because the 820 horses already mentioned are joined by an insane 1.050 NM of torque, which is available via the right pedal in the driver's footwell. Prepared in this way, you can place one by the way 770 hp Mustang Shelby GT in the shadows. The coupe, referred to by the tuner as the G8M Bi-Turbo, makes it possible to keep various thoroughbred super sports cars on their toes.

G-Power as G8M Bi-Turbo

BMW M8 Coupe from G-Power as G8M Bi-Turbo with 820 hp!

And the conversion from the pictures is not even the strongest upgrade that G-Power has on offer for the M8. Because the ultimate proposal for the M8 is called Hurricane RR and unleashes no less than 900 hp and also 1.050 NM of torque. Among them are the Stage 4 version with 820 PS & 1.050 Nm, there is a Stage 3 with 780 PS & 950 Nm and Stage 2 mobilizes 740 PS & 900 Nm. Stage 1 is the beginning Chiptuning, which tickles 700 PS & 850 Nm torque from the eight-cylinder without changes to the hardware. In any case, the performance increase of G-Power compared to the series with "only" 625 PS & 750 Nm torque is remarkable.

The twin-turbocharged 4,4-liter V8 without Performance plus allows the M8 to accelerate to 3,2 km/h in just 100 seconds and the top speed is electronically limited to 250 or 305 km/h. Unfortunately, G-Power had not published the new sprint time at the time this article was written. Surely the sprint to country road speed should be reduced to less than 3 seconds. And then there is the already mentioned optics.

Carbon parts from the tuner G-Power

The vehicle in the pictures shows rear silencers with carbon tailpipes and a new one diffuser. It continues with a carbon bonnet including ventilation openings, a carbon rear spoiler and the wheel arches are with the in-house forged wheel Completed HURRICANE RS in 21 inch format. There was one we didn't know Lowering.

With small details like the G-Power logo on the front and back, a G-Power Engine cover or a badge in the cabin, the changes are impressively rounded off. If we get more information, there is of course an update for this report. You will be informed about this if you simply use our Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!

BMW M8 Coupe from G-Power as G8M Bi-Turbo with 820 hp!

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