G-Power rolls out four boost options for the BMW M2 CS
German tuners over at G-Power have devised ways to get the latest M2 CS as high up as 660 PS (651 hp / 485 kW), along with fitting it with stylish and handy accessories. Here are the details.
As per the tradition, the simplest kit is called Stage I and revolves around software optimizations. It also includes a center screw for a more reliable way to keep the crankshaft in place. Once installed, the three-liter inline-six gets an additional 50 PS and 100 Nm of torque, resulting in 500 PS (493 hp / 368 kW) and 650 Nm (479 lb-ft) total.
This alone is enough to make the coupe stronger than the latest M4. If you don’t want to stop there and then, Stage 2 will take things further to 540 PS (533 hp / 397 kW) and 680 Nm (502 lb-ft) of torque. This necessitates exhaust system improvements and an external ECU.
Stage 3 throws in sports-grade downpipes for 570 PS (562 hp / 419 kW) and 720 Nm (531 lb-ft). Finally, the better turbos and injection system included in the Stage 4 squeeze all the juices out of the six-pot, granting it 660 PS (651 hp / 485 kW) and 800 Nm (590 lb-ft). This is half a hundred horses more than your average Ferrari 458 Speciale has, by the way.
In case you happen to have spare money lying around after handing over €18,226 for the topmost boost kit, consider browsing through the rest of the G-Power catalog. You will find 20-inch Hurricane RR wheels, a speed limiter lift, transmission software improvements, a carbon-fiber engine bay lid, a squared-off steering wheel, and much more.
Editor Andrew Raspopov