G-Power has released a kit for the BMW M3 that modifies both the exterior and the performance of the German powerhouse.
Some serious engineering was done for this kit, as G-Power didn’t just fold in forced induction, although an SK III ASA T1-723 supercharger was added. The tuning house actually bumped up the engine’s displacement from 4.0 to 4.6-liters with a new crankshaft and pistons from Mahle. Additional power mods involve the air intake and the exhaust.
The M3’s total output was brought all the way up to 720hp, with a 205.5mph top speed, which means a 0-62mph time of just 3.7 seconds.
For the outside of the car, G-Power replaced boot lid and hood components with carbon fiber, along with a front bumper lip spoiler. The model sits on an adjustable suspension and 20-inch Silverstone Diamond wheels shod in Michelin rubber.
G-Power really stepped it up for this tune, which was very well executed in terms of both power and esthetics.
– By: Alexandra Koken