With its 560 horsepower in standard form, the BMW M6 Convertible is already a beast that’s hard to control. The super sporty cabriolet is BMW’s jewel in the open top segment and the perfect tourer for a Californian trip.
But, according to German tuner G-Power, the power in the M6 needs a bump to turn into the ultimate track machine and into one of the fastest convertibles. The 4.4 liter engine went through some extensive changes to deliver a whooping 800 horsepower and massive torque – 774 lb-ft (1,050 Nm).
With all that power under the hood, the M6 Cabriolet now runs to 124 mph (200 km/h) in just 9.8 seconds before topping out at 205 mph (330 km/h).
To achieve all that power and performance, G-Power added larger and more efficient turbochargers, along with larger downpipes and an aggressive ECU tune. To handle the power increase, the M6 Convertible now sits on a height-adjustable coilover suspension and lighter 21-inch alloy wheels with performance tires.
The sound department received an upgrade as well, in the form of a titanium exhaust system.
The engine upgrade alone costs 4,550 euros – not including the new turbos – with the electronic top speed limiter removal another 668 euros. The fancy turbines cost an additional 3,850 euros, while the downpipes were priced at 3,860 euros. The beautiful sound coming from the rear will set you back another 6,679 euros.
The wheels and tires are €7,649 and the coilover suspension is another €2,376.