BMW M3 & M4 with Power Kit by G-Power

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We are used to seeing the top of the line M3 and M4 from BMW with different tuning projects mainly involving body styling upgrades, but there were fewer times when power upgrades were added all together as well.

The “impossible” is now possible thanks to no other than the technicians from G-Power tuner, the extraordinary models getting a full treatment, both on the exterior as well as underneath the skin.

We are dealing here with a lot of aftermarket body parts and mechanical bits, that would increase the cars` performance while being taken for a full throttle on the track.

The highlights refer to the new suspension system with the G-Power`s GM4-RS adjustable coilover, RS front spoiler, CS front splitter, as well as the CS rear diffuser and the CS boot mounted spoiler for better aero cooling and flow.

The overall look is complemented by the standout 21-inch HURRICAINE RR lightweight forged alloy wheels, all wrapped in high-performance rubbers, with a black finish. The result can be highlighted in the photo session below.

Apart the styling makeover, the aftermarket specialists from G-Power have also boosted the M3 and M4`s power, thanks to the new upgrades, which involve the Bi-Tronik 2 V3 module with bespoke control parameters.

The 2 V3 module works with larger turbine, compressor CNC machined wheels, gas flow optimised housings, larger diameter exhaust downpipes without catalysts, or lightweight titanium exhaust system with carbon-fiber encased tailpipe, to ensure an impressive boost from 430 horsepower and 550 Nm of torque, to 600 horsepower and 740 Nm of torque, squeezed from the same 3.0-liter M Turbo six-cylinder engine.

The BMW M3 and M4 are now much quicker, providing a sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds, at a topping of 320 km/h.

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