G-Power engineers fitted the largest supercharger they could find into the
current BMW M3 Coupe, resulting in an awesome power output of 720 hp (530 KW)
and 516 lb-ft (700 Nm) of torque.
The combination of the terms "Hurricane" and "G-Power" is not just lightening up the eyes and accelerating the heartbeat of the devoted G-Power fans but also of every BMW loving automobile enthusiast, as well.
The legendary reputation of the term "G-Power Hurricane" has been founded already in the year 2008, when the 750 hp strong twin-supercharged G-Power M5 Hurricane RS has beaten the existing world record for the fastest sedan in the world for the first time, establishing a new height of 367,4 km/h. Only two years later the 800 hp strong M5 Hurricane RR has beaten G-Power's own record with a top speed of 372,1 km/h. This new world record from the year 2010 is still remaining unbeaten until today. Next to the M5, G-Power's M6 Hurricane RR has stirred up the BMW scene as well with several spectacular appearances on TV and YouTube. The latest G-Power Hurricane model so far has been the G1 V8 Hurricane RS, based on the BMW 1M Coupé, that carries the strong heart of its bigger brother the M3 under its bonnet. Supercharged by G-Power, the power output of the 4.0l V8 engine increases to an awesome 600 hp in the compact body of the BMW 1M Coupé.
Accordingly G-Power has offered all BMW M models in a Hurricane version, except for the BMW M3. With the introduction of the new G-Power M3 Hurricane RS, G-Power is now closing this gap in its Hurricane lineup.