Back in 2008, the G-Power M5 Hurricane RS became the fastest sedan in the world, breaking a long-standing record of the Brabus Rocket. At the time, the M5 ran the track with a top speed of 200 mph, but G-Power had bigger plans for their M5.
In November 2008, G-POWER M5 Hurricane RS achieved a top speed of 228.4 mph (367,59 km/h). The previous 227.2 mph (365,7 km/h) hold by the Brabus, has been broken claimed the world record for the fastest production sedan.
After the record speed, the G-Power decided to push its limits one more time. Therefore, the Hurricane RR BMW M5 came to market with 800 horsepower and a new record speed: 372 km/h (231 mph).
A few months later, G-Power surprises again. An M5 HURRICANE RS based on the E60 BMW M5 Touring wagon hit 359 km/h (224 mph) on a German autobahn. To showcase the performance, the German tuner uploaded a photo on Youtube.
Let’s have a look.