Atelier G-Power introduced the 820-strong version of the BMW M8March 25, 2020
A well-known tuning company has prepared for the flagship BMW M8 three levels of modernization of the power plant. In the most powerful of them, the engine develops 738 hp. (1000 Nm).
The BMW 8 Series combines luxury and performance. This car, which is offered in two- and four-door coupes, as well as a convertible, means a lot to the Bavarian company, especially when crossovers and SUVs took on almost all of the popularity.
The standard version of the M8 boasts 600 horsepower, and in the Competition version, this figure increases to 617 hp. This is enough for most people, but those who are looking for more can turn to G-Power, a car tuning company. The guys offer to purchase a modified version of the flagship model of the BMW brand, which received the designation G-Power G8M Bi-Turbo, as well as an output of 820 hp.
G-Power offers three stages of increasing engine power for the BMW M8, the most powerful of which increases power and torque to 738 hp. and 1000 Nm, respectively.
Specialists have got an additional “horses” from the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 V8 engine thanks to an updated software and hardware. Turbochargers are equipped with large compressor wheels, and the factory engine control unit received more efficient settings. Downpipes with sports catalytic converters are available, as well as a titanium exhaust system with carbon tailpipes.
Two more “steps” for upgrading the standard engine are available, but they are less powerful. An entry-level upgrade increases the M8’s “only” power to 720 hp. 850 Nm of torque. This is achieved by a simple software update. When Stage2 is installed, the power of the motor is 770 hp. (930 Nm). The software was updated and productive downpipes with sport catalytic converters were delivered.
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