BMW X6 gets another 175hp from G-Power
“First class performance” – the G-Power motto stays true for all projects they ever work on. Today’s release, an engine upgrade for the BMW X6, is no exception.
The engineers have updated the engine control firmware, replaced the turbochargers with better ones and installed a new exhaust system. As a result, the performance of the stock 4.4L V8 engine of the vehicle went up from 575 hp (430 kW) to 750 hp (553 kW). Its torque rose 230 Nm (170 lb·ft) to a total of 980 Nm (723 lb·ft).
The vehicle now finishes a quarter-mile drag race in 11.5 seconds and accelerates to a maximum of 300 km/h (187 mph).
The modded BMW X6 also comes equipped with a carbon diffusor, 23” light alloy wheels and a new hood cover for faster engine cooling.
G-Power didn’t make the prices publicly available.
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