G-Power BMW M3 is a road Hurricane image

The German tuning specialist seems to have set up on a quest to best the factory-enabled Clubsport versions – with the M3 GT2 S Hurricane a beast that is ready for both road and track.

The aftermarket specialist went on a quest to conceive the definitive M3 for road and track use, and they settled on the earlier E92-iteration as the basics of this road-legal track machine. The company has of course thoroughly modified the already strong V8 powertrain seen in the standard M3 coupe. There’s a long-stroke crankshaft to get the displacement to 4.5 liters from the stock 4.0 liters, while there are also elements such as forged components for the pistons and connecting rods, complete with supercharger that runs at 11.6 psi (0.8 bar). This brings the total power up to 709 horsepower (529 kilowatts) and 479 pound-feet (650 Nm) – and all this is put on the road via a limited-slip differential with a separate oil cooler.

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The G-Power monster can now fly to 124 miles per hour (200 kilometers per hour) in 9.8 seconds and continue on to a maximum speed of 205 mph (330 kph). G-Power has also opted for coilovers with their custom Nürburgring Setup, as well as ceramic disc brakes. Its credentials are wide in the open thanks to the carbon-fiber widebody kit shod in orange and 19-inch wheels – and there are also carbon-fiber doors and hood, Inside, all that remains are the strict essentials – no rear bench, while everything is covered in Alcantara.