The coupe crossover segment was first created in 2007 by BMW with the introduction of the X6. Now, 14 years later, the X6 is in its third generation and a lightweight owner in its class. Even with some competitors such as the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe and the Audi Q8.
The most expensive version of the BMW X6 can be considered the M Competition model. The chassis is powered by a 4.4-liter V8 twin-turbo engine with 625 horsepower and 750 Nm of torque. This volume of power and torque is undoubtedly remarkable. But if you ask us, we still believe that the X6 can be made more powerful. Maybe G-Power has done the same.
If you lived in Germany, you could hand over your X6 M Competition to G-Power for € 2,495 ($ 3,010) to increase the power and torque of your car by 75 hp and 100 Nm, respectively. But this was only the first G-Power package.
The second performance package costs € 3,494 ($ 4,217) along with a custom sports exhaust pipe with valve control system, both of which together cost € 5,950 ($ 7,179), giving the car power and torque of 739 horsepower and 900 Newton meters.
But in the end, the third package with 789 horsepower and 950 Nm of torque is worth € 4,595 ($ 5,544), which would add € 5,950 ($ 7,179) to the total payload if you order enhanced turbochargers and a more powerful exhaust system. .
Other gear changes in the X6 M include a gearbox software ramp, a top speed of 300 km / h, lower ground clearance, improved exhaust sound, 23-inch custom Hurricane-RR rims and high-performance 315/25 tires. Competitions are tuned by G-Power.