The G-Power name has become synonymous with extreme BMWs and the company’s latest Hurricane CS based on the M6 Coupe fits in perfectly with that description. After G-Power’s own M5-based Hurricane RS broke the world record for the fastest sedan with a top speed of 367.4km/h (228mph), the German tuner decided to shoehorn the same record-breaking powerplant into BMW’s M6 Coupe. The end result is the all-new G-Power M6 Hurricane CS.

Powered by a twin-supercharged version of the legendary high-rev BMW M V10, the Hurricane CS develops up to 750hp (522kW) and 590lb-ft (800Nm) of torque and has a recorded top speed of 367.4km/h (228mph) – making it the fastest BMW Coupe in the world. To reach this level of performance, engineers needed to install the company’s belt-driven ASA T1-316 superchargers, each providing charge air for one cylinder bank and able to increase the volume of charge air by up to 25%. However, at this level, the engine would theoretically be developing up to 900hp (671kW).

The inner workings of the ten-cylinder four-valve engine are also optimized with forged pistons from Mahle that reduce compression. They have been precisely matched for weight and are much stronger than their production counterparts. The production piston rods and pins also had to make way for special components that can handle the much higher forces.

Further characteristics of the car are the multipart widebody kit, high performance carbon-ceramic brakes, fully adjustable suspension kit and last but not least oversized 21in wheels wrapped with Michelin rubber.

While most of the parts used on the Hurricane CS are available individually, G-Power also sells the package as a complete car starting at €360,000.