The two cars presented here are at different stages of their lives, as one needs to be replaced and the other relatively new. We are talking about the M2 F87 and M4 G82, and both sports coupes are now tuned with G-Power. According to the company’s building, the dynamic duo gets a healthy increase in power. The tuner has four packages ready for smaller models, and the other comes with three sets.
The G2M Bi-Turbo can hold up to 500 hp. and 650 Nm if you stop at the kit for stage 1. It includes software settings, and in stage 2 a special exhaust system is added, which unlocks 540 hp. and 680 Nm. Turning to the third package offered by G-Power, it comes with new downpipes of 570 hp. and 720 Nm.
The most powerful kit developed for the BMW M2 Coupe in production has the advantages of an updated turbocharger. You get treats installed in smaller sets, allowing the in-line six to develop 660 hp. and 800 Nm. So much power in a relatively small rear-wheel drive car sounds like a real horn if you can handle it.
G-Power lives up to its name
Its older brother is called the G4M Bi-Turbo and has 600 hp. with 720 Nm with software settings. Exhaust from G-Power, available in stage 2, helps the engine develop 650 hp. and 780 Nm. Add special gutters and you will see 700 and 840 Nm.
If you want to get more power straight from the factory, the future M2 G87 will have more power than its predecessor. BMW is working on a derivative competition and perhaps even hotter options. As for the M4, we probably won’t see a CSL in a few months with an updated 3.0-liter unit and a weight loss of over 100 kilograms (220 pounds).
These figures pale in comparison to the M5 CS, which G-Power developed late last year to solve the colossal 900 hp.