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The New BMW M6 With 640 Horsepower and COR Wheels

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BMW saw much success with the E63-generation M6 models that brought the 6-Series back into the German automaker's lineup. The Grand Touring car made a statement in style and performance and proved to be quite popular on a global scale. BMW is looking to continue that success with the 6-Series using  the brand new F12-generation models with  the most exciting being the M6 high-performance model. The new BMW M6 brings a new engine that is more powerful and efficient than  the previous V-10 model, a sleek design, and different advancements beneath the sheetmetal. The G-Power aftermarket vehicle tuning company in Germany is looking  to take the  new model to another location level with regards to performance. The organization that has specialized in BMW models throughout its history has provided this  new M6 model a newly tuned motor, different framework modifications, and a collection  of COR tires to enhance the overall performance.
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The 5.0-liter V-10 engine that had been utilized in the previous-generation M6 has since been replaced with a more efficient 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 with advanced electronic devices. The G-Power group knew that the engine that is new a large amount  of untapped potential so they designed a new ECU pc software tune that would increase power without negative side results. The software that is new system alters the factory parameters for the ignition, fuel, and timing and also increases the boost force produced by both turbochargers. The ECU that is new tune reduces torque between gearshifts to aid reduce stress  on  the drivetrain and other elements for better reliability. In addition to the ECU tune, engineers outfitted the 4.4-liter V-8 with a new titanium exhaust system that weighs 12 kg less than the factory model and comes in four different tailpipe styles. Both of these customizations help send 640 horsepower and 777 Nm of torque to your rear COR wheels and achieve a 0-100 acceleration that is km/h of 3.8 seconds as well as a high speed of 315 km/h.

The next step was to upgrade the chassis so that it could handle the extra power after the engine was upgraded with the two modifications. Starting things off is a new g-power coilover suspension package that lowers the ride height and features nine-way adjustable bound and rebound settings for different setups for a given track. Behind this new COR wheels also sit a pair of ceramic brakes created by G-Power. The brakes that are new six-piston calipers and 420 mm discs with improved ventilation and temperature dissipation for better stopping power and less fade.

The last part that was upgraded in  the brand new BMW M6 ended up being the rims. A brand new set of COR wheels with a design that is split-spoke installed which  help to reduce weight as a result of their forged aluminum alloy construction. All four of the new wheels measure 21-inches in diameter and so are fitted with Dunlop Sport Maxxx tires for better overall grip.