Some cars are incredibly fast and powerful from factory, which is especially true in the case of the BMW X6 M Competition as well. You could skeptical of its performance, due to it size and weight and nobody would judge you. SUVs of this size shouldn’t be this fast either in a straight line or in the bends. And yet, somehow, the BMW X6 M is both, which just doesn’t seem possible. If you take it to G-Power, though, things get even better.
The stock X6 M Competition has 625 horsepower and 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) of torque, numbers good enough for any kind of scenario.
The G-Power version we’re checking out here has 800 horsepower instead and 950 Nm (700 lb-ft) of torque, thanks to a Stage 3 upgrade. What does that entail? Well, to get to those obnoxious levels of power, you need a new set of turbos, downpipes, a new exhaust and a new ECU map. The total cost of the parts adds up to around $20,000 on top of what you would pay for the car anyway. And that’s without the installation or any other good-looking add-ons like the ones the car in the photos below features.
They include a new set of wheels, new decals all around, carbon fiber aero bits and a lowered suspension setup. All things considered, this is one heck of a mega-SUV that will simply outgun 99 percent of the cars on the street on any given Sunday.