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Mike Stevens | Feb 9, 2009

BMW tuning outfit G-Power has done the inconceivable and added more grunt to the M5 sedan. Not content with the standard car's 373 kW, G-Power has added dual superchargers, an intercooler and forged pistons to create a 559 kW weapon.

Branded the Hurricane RS, the car has achieved a record top-speed run at the Papenburg High Speed Oval in Germany, reaching just over 366 km/h. This is enough to top the previous record set by the Brabus Rocket.

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As well the dual supercharger upgrade provided by German manufacturer ASA, the Hurricane RS also receives revised coil-over suspension, changes to the aero package, high performance brakes and a set of sticky Michelin tyres to help funnel that immense power to the ground.

That’s not all though, G-Power claims that the engine could produce up to 671 kW with further development. As it stands, the 559 kW kit will set you back around USD$72,000.

Or, if you feel that 447 kW will give you enough to brag about at the pub, then for the simple act of parting with just under USD$20,000 for the 447 kW kit, you can brag to your heart's content.

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