BMW M6 Hurricane RR by G-Power – The fastest coupe in the world

If a Hurricane M5 RR does not satisfy you, you can use the M6 Hurricane RR Coupe. Which is the fastest 4-seat coupe in the world today.

I dont know if it starts becoming boring for others, but this title which is used by G-Power tuner – “the fastest 4-seat coupe in the world” – does not attract us so much on the new BMW M6 Hurricane RR.

It is easy to realize that we are talking about a technical package that comes from BMW M5 Hurricane RR sedan, which this summer was declared as the fastest sedan in the world due to its maximum speed of 372km/h that it can reach.


We talk about the famous V10 engine used for M5 and M6, which were grafted two mechanical compressors, bringing its power from 507 hp to not less than 800 hp, and the maximum torque reaching 800 Nm at 5000 rpm. So BMW M6 Hurricane is stronger than the previous M6 Hurricane CS, which had only 750 hp.

The fastest 4-seat coupe in the world is able to accelerate to 100 km/h in 4,35 seconds, up to 200 km/h in 9,5 seconds and up to 300 km/h in 24,9 seconds. Although the speedometer is graduated to 400km/h, the maximum speed that BMW can reach is 372 km/h, like the sedan too.

BMW M6 Hurricane RR is based on a pair of wheels 20″ G-Power Silverstone Clubsport, shod with 255/35 ZR 20 front tires and 285/30 ZR 20 back tires. Of course the brake system it is a racing one and the suspension is adjustable, being more rigid.

From the design point of view, BMW M6 Hurricane RR does not look like a T-Rex, ready to devour all that stands in his way. It was adapted a splitter made from carbon fiber for the front spoiler, while the back spoiler is completely modified and the trunk lid has a large spoiler for improved aerodynamics.

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