G-POWER premieres the M3 TORNADO CS and the M3 GT2 S
In order to celebrate properly the BMW Motorsport's recent success in the 24 Hours Nurburgring 2010 racing event, G-Power, the BMW rides aftermarket performance expert has unveiled two Clubsport rides based on the current M3, the G-POWER M3 TORNADO CS and the G-POWER M3 GT2 S.
Fully charged with 600 horsepower on-board, both BMW performance monsters are fitted with some astonishing goodies under the bonnet, including a SK II CS supercharger system, a high-performance ASA T1-522 radial compressor, dual-flow carbon air intake, substantial cast aluminum charge air cooler, cast aluminum airbox as well as a special titanium exhaust unit.
The G-POWER M3 GT2 S is targeted at enthusiasts demanding for a BMW ride along the lines of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS, which blends ultimately racecar-like performance yet is fully road legal.
The other newcomer, the G-POWER M3 TORNADO CS is engineered as a modest version of the spectacular G-POWER M3 GT2 S.
Besides the refined power compartments, the G-Power versions of the stunning Bavarian rides boast weight reduction of approximately 150 kg each, bringing the dry weight down to less than 1,500 kg. On the GT2 S conversion, these figures are achieved through a full carbon body kit, which packs a new front skirt, rear skirt, ultra-lightweight wings, redesigned carbon front lip and a multi-part carbon rear spoiler. Furthermore, a 20-inch 3-part SILVERSTONE RS forged wheels set wrapped with MICHELIN Pilot Sport Cup sports tires in the size 245/30 R 20 at the front and 315/25 R 20 at the rear axle ensures perfect road grip and handling qualities.
On the M3 TORNADO CS, the specialists at G-Power mount a new carbon spoiler lip and rear diffuser with wisely integrated running lights as well as 20-inch forged SIVERSTONE CLUBSPORT alloys fitted with 255/30 ZR 20 and 295/25 ZR 20 MICHELIN Pilot Sport tires.
In the terms of sprinting, the GT2 S catapults from 0-100 km/h in 4.1 seconds, while the G-POWER M3 TORNADO CS does the same trip in 4.3 seconds. The V-max for both rides is limited by transmission ratios. With the 6-speed manual it stands at more than 320 km/h and with the 7-speed DCT at more than 330 km/h.