G-Power has released a revision for its BMW M5 Touring (E61) upgrade program introduced about three years ago.
The original kit increased output of the twin-supercharged V10 5.0-liter engine to an already impressive 750 HP (551 kW) and 750 Nm (553 lb-ft) which allowed the hot wagon to do 62 mph (100 km/h) in 4.5 seconds before hitting an electronically-capped top speed of 224 mph (360 km/h).
Fast forward three years and the M5 Touring now delivers 820 HP (603 kW) and 790 Nm (582 lb-ft) which has slashed the sprint time by 0.1s while top speed has increased to a limited 225 mph (362 km/h). G-Power mentions the 0-124 mph (0-200 km/h) now takes 9.5 seconds while from 0 to 186 mph (300 km/h) it will need 25.6 seconds.
With this impressive upgrade kit G-Power is celebrating its 30th anniversary and together with the added oomph the M5 Touring now rides on 20-inch Silverstone RS wheels wrapped around in Michelin Pilot Sport tires. It also has a coilover suspension with nine-way adjustability and a new braking system consisting of 396mm front / 380mm rear discs with six- and four-point calipers, respectively.
The interior cabin features full leather upholstery combined with Alcantara and carbon inserts along with a multimedia system encompassing iPads, an iMac, Apple TV and other similar gadgets. There's also a G-Power application developed exclusively for this model to individually control all of the electric-operated components.
The car showcased in these photos is available for 242,016 EUR (without VAT) while the tuner's V10 supercharger systems begin at 7,300 EUR (VAT excluded).
More info is provided in the press release section.