The G-Power tuning specialists have released this new BMW X5 M Typhoon project that features a wide body kit for the Sport Activity Vehicle.
The German based tuners G-Power have released the ultimate performance package for the all new BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M models.
The 2010 BMW X5 M and X6 M are powered by a twin turbocharged 4.4L V8 that puts out 555 hp and 500 lb-ft.
As expected there are some changes to the exterior of the two models to differentiate them from their lesser powered brothers. For those of you that want the the 555 horsepower, but in a sedan or coupe package, you'll have to wait for the next M5 and M6, which will feature the same turbocharged 4.4L V8.
Both models are powered by a newly-developed 4.4-liter V8 M engine delivering 555 hp at 6,000 rpm and 500 lb-ft of torque from 1500 to 5,650 rpm.
For the X5 M and X6 M, engineers at BMW M pushed the capabilities of BMW's intelligent xDrive all-wheel-drive system and the Dynamic Performance Control system to manage the power and performance potential of these two new vehicles. The BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M set new standards of acceleration, lateral grip, steering response, balance, and stopping power among high-performance activity vehicles.
The athletic character and amazing performance abilities of the BMW X5 M and X6 M result from levels of development never before applied to this type of vehicle. The outstanding potential of both models is communicated clearly in their looks and design, their performance-bred heritage presented convincingly by the common design of the front end with its large air intakes. Compared with the standard BMW X5 and BMW X6, the body-color surface area on the side skirts are designed to place greater emphasis on their road-going orientations. The first modern turbocharged M engine: twin scroll twin turbo technology with a patented exhaust manifold.
Using BMW's innovative, 4.4L reverse-flow V8 engine with High Precision Direct Injection and twin turbochargers as a basis, the new M engine introduces twin-scroll twin turbochargers and patented exhaust manifold technologies to achieve outstanding thrust and pulling force, while preserving the most compact dimensions possible. The goals: virtually eliminate turbocharger lag while maximizing combustion efficiency and power output. The managed flow of exhaust gas provided by the CCM ensures high-velocity flow of combustion gases. Immediate response and remarkable thrust characterize the new V8 twin-turbocharged engine from BMW M GmbH.
Reflecting the tremendous power of the engine, the turbocharged M V8 is equipped with an advanced cooling system developed specifically for the two new models. Featured for the first time on a BMW M model, the 6-speed M Sports Automatic transmission enhances the high-performance character of the BMW X5 M and the BMW X6 M through its instantaneous response, direct connection to the engine, and a high degree of shifting comfort. Aluminum pull-style paddles on the steering wheel exclusive to BMW M allow manual shifting (Right for upshifts, Left for downshifts).
The outstanding success of BMW's intelligent xDrive all-wheel-drive technology is based on quick, electronically-controlled power distribution to the front and rear axles. BMW's Dynamic Performance Control was presented for the first time in the BMW X6 and is now featured in the BMW X5 M and the BMW X6 M. In the BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M the potentials of both xDrive and Dynamic Performance Control are maximized by BMW M, with the driver able to activate the M Dynamic Mode (MDM) with the DSC button on the center console or the steering wheel-mounted M Button. As a result, M Dynamic Mode allows maximum speeds in bends and on winding roads with the DSC system intervening only when the vehicle reaches the absolute physical limits of grip.
Beyond the stabilizing effects of Dynamic Stability Control provided by individual brake activation and engine power reduction under extreme conditions, DSC in the BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M includes a wide range of additional features tuned to BMW M standards to promote safe and exciting driving. Both vehicles come with an electrohydraulic parking brake which features the Autohold (Auto H) function. The suspension developed specifically for the BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M with its double-wishbone front control arms and integral four-link rear axle offers M-specific geometry and damping.
As part of the advanced Integrated Chassis Management system which networks all drivetrain and suspension components, both models feature standard self-leveling rear air suspension and Adaptive Drive with Electronic Damping Control (EDC) and Active Roll Stabilization (ARS). To quickly and reliably process data, Adaptive Drive uses the high-speed FlexRay data transmission protocol. The special Servotronic steering developed for the BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M provides variable steering assistance geared to the road speed of the vehicle.
When changing from Normal to Sport Mode, the system alters not only the Servotronic steering control map, but also the damper setting, with the shock absorbers of the vehicle being significantly stiffened in Sport Mode.
Outstanding stopping power with fade reduced to a minimum is guaranteed by the high-performance M brake system, which combines giant four-piston fixed calipers at the front with floating calipers at the rear, combined in each case with large, internally-vented lightweight brake discs. The BMW X5 M and the BMW X6 M are the only vehicles of their type equipped with staggered-size tires front and rear, running on 20-inch light-alloy wheels. In addition to the DSC mode (On, MDM, or Off) and the specific setup of the shock absorbers and Servotronic steering, the driver may also configure the setup of the drivetrain on the BMW X5 M and the BMW X6 M. When customizing the response of the steering wheel-mounted M Drive button, the driver uses the M Drive menu to preselect the desired Power Mode and the setup of DSC and EDC, making a personalized combination of settings that can be activated on-demand. M-specific cockpit and sophisticated driver assistance systems for even greater ability at the wheel.
The BMW M philosophy naturally continues into the design and configuration of the driver's "office." Both of these all-wheel-drive high-performance sports vehicles come with a special M cockpit with the instrument cluster featuring a variable redline, specific vehicle function displays, and white display backlighting.
Infotainment functions, standard on-board Navigation with Real-Time Traffic data and communication functions are all controlled by BMW's 4th-generation iDrive.
Innovative driver assistance systems are fitted as well, with both models featuring standard Dynamic Cruise Control, Rain Sensor, Auto-Dimming Mirrors, Park Distance Control, and BMW's Xenon Adaptive Headlights.
Forces acting on the unibody in the event of a crash are diverted through the engine carriers and the chassis along several load paths in order to avoid extreme loads acting on individual structures and help keep impact energy away from the stable passenger cell. All restraint systems are controlled by the vehicles' central safety electronics, which take the type and severity of a collision into account so that the most effective safety elements are activated in any given crash. The previous post in this blog was New York 09' Preview: 2010 GMC Terrain Takes Bold Styling to New Levels. While the M Series brand is under criticism for these 2 new models during concepts and market testing, they have been both equally well received at the New York Auto Show.
We can now bring the best collection of information, pictures and videos of these two models now that they have been officially released to the public via the 2009 New York Auto Show. M models require special engines and these two receive the best possible engines out there.
Power is transferred to the road by means of the X-Drive all wheel drive system which feature BMW’s torque vectoring differentials.
Both of these all-wheel-drive high-performance sports cars come with a special M cockpit with the instrument cluster featuring a variable pre-warning field in the rev counter, specific vehicle function displays, and white display illumination. This BMW SAV also received a power increase from the notorious tuners, which optimized the efficiency of the 4.4-liter twin-turbocharged V8. Based off the G-Power Typhoon wide-body kit, the tuning company redesigned this aero kit to render 15 percent more cooling efficiency. The modern, sustainable legacy of BMW M GmbH began in 1985 when engineers placed the snarling, race-bred inline-6 engine from the M1 supercar into the production BMW 5 Series sedan, reworked the suspension and brakes, and created the first M5.

This new M engine is the world's first with a pulse-tuned exhaust manifold encompassing both rows of cylinders combined with high-performance twin-scroll twin turbo technology.
The special M suspension includes Adaptive Drive and newly-developed Servotronic power steering. Both models accelerate to 60 mph from a standstill in 4.5 seconds and feature impressive delivery of power from the V8 twin-turbo engine which provides maximum torque of 500 lb-ft from 1,500 and 5,650 rpm.
As it did when creating the original M5, BMW M has once again shown that applying new technologies and innovations to a solid BMW production vehicle type will produce startling performance and an exhilarating drive.
Both models feature special gills in the front fenders, as well as model-specific 20-inch light-alloy wheels. On both models the body designs fulfill major functions in terms of aerodynamics and the carefully controlled flow of cooling air.
Two low-mass twin-scroll turbochargers are positioned together with the catalytic converters in the "V" section between the two banks of cylinders. Tremendous power and performance are delivered by the engine in the BMW X5 M and BMW X6 M through a new design and construction principle. The appropriate separation of exhaust gas flow from different cylinders is maintained until the gas reaches the turbine wheel, spooling the two twin-scroll turbochargers without back-pressure. The impressive onset of power is accompanied by unique, engaging engine sounds that accentuate the quick-revving characteristics with the dynamic acoustic effect typical of a BMW M product.
One notable feature in this context is the presence of two high-capacity water-to-air intercoolers which consistently optimize performance under the most demanding driving conditions.
In addition to BMW's High Precision Direct Injection, both the BMW X5 M and the BMW X6 M are equipped with a range of technologies from BMW's EfficientDynamics engineering strategy. The new M Sports Automatic is commanded by an electronic selector on the center console and offers the driver not only the Drive mode, but also Sport and M Manual modes for absolute control of gear selection. Upshifts occur significantly quicker than in the past thanks to new technology that reduces torque in the transmission through momentary deactivation of individual cylinders. When combined with the superb, near 50-50 static weight distribution of any BMW, xDrive can prevent the tendency for the vehicle to oversteer and understeer as long as possible, reducing the need for Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) to provide electronic assistance. Put succinctly, Dynamic Performance Control enhances driving stability in demanding situations and is thus perfectly suited to a powerful M vehicle. This mode raises DSC thresholds of intervention and ensures throttle-steering behavior typical of BMW M by shifting the xDrive bias more to the rear and involving the Dynamic Performance Control in the process. Even under maximum load in the apex of a bend, the vehicle follows steering inputs with tremendous precision, giving the driver very high speeds when exiting a turn in the interest of optimum performance.
These include ABS anti-lock brakes, Trailer Stability Control, Hill Descent Control, Dynamic Brake Control which maximizes brake force when required, Cornering Brake Control for advanced trail-braking, Brake Fade Compensation for extreme driving conditions, automatic Brake Drying when the windshield wipers are activated, Start-Off Assistant for driving on steep hills, and a braking function for use by the standard cruise control. Auto H is a convenience feature that holds the vehicle in position as soon as it comes to a stop at an intersection or in stop-and-go traffic, without requiring the driver to hold constant pressure on the brake pedal. This is accomplished through optimized control arm and A-arm bushings at the front, as well as stiffer axle support mounts at the rear. The special version of Adaptive Drive tailored to the requirements of BMW M lowers the entire vehicle by 10 millimeters or 0.4" versus the standard BMW X5 and BMW X6.
FlexRay enables Adaptive Drive to transfer data through the vehicle's on-board network at an extremely fast rate. This allows the driver to negotiate parking maneuvers with lower effort while preserving exact feedback and the highest standard of steering precision at higher speeds. Apart from the standard configuration, the driver is able, through the Adaptive Drive button or the M Drive button on the steering wheel, to call up the Sport Mode.
In conjunction with Active Roll Stabilization, this allows an exceptionally high standard of linear lateral forces in dynamic bends and on fast, winding roads, and keeps body roll to a minimum.
Activating the Power mode influences both engine and transmission behavior, and the driver can choose from the Sport and Efficiency driving programs.
The driver's favorite setup settings are saved and subsequently activated at any time simply by pressing the M Drive button on the steering wheel. Both the BMW X5 M and the BMW X6 M feature power, heated front M sport seats, an M sport leather steering wheel, M door sills, and driver's footrest.
The list of optional features includes a Driver Assistance Package which includes High-Beam Assistant, Head-Up Display, and Rear View Camera with the spectacular new Top View feature. To ensure maximum solidity, BMW's body engineers focused on the use of intelligent lightweight materials technology. Three-point inertia-reel seatbelts are at all seating positions with force limiters and, on the front seats, an additional seatbelt pretensioning function. The frontal airbags feature two-stage activation, to allow deployment in varying intensity as a function of crash severity.
We first had the X6, then the 5 series GT to be followed up by the 3 series GT and these two – The BMW X5 M and the BMW X6 M. To ensure BMW M DNA in every model, BMW has done the unthinkable – They have made M versions of their X5 SUV and X6 SAC.
They receive a newly developed 4.4 liter Twin-Turbocharged V8 engines that make 555 bhp (408kW) at 6000rpm and a maximum torque of 500 lb-ft (678Nm) between 1500-5650rpm. It features a fully automatic mode when you need to cruise but sharpens its response in M-mode for some serious fun. Special features include ABS brakes, trailer stability control, Servotronic steering, an electronic parking brake with autohold and hill descent control. Regarding the tail revisions, this is the cheap strategy of providing a tiny refresh in line with its present version to appea potential buyers into investing in a younger model year.
I am not sure if this is in fact the best place to ask but do you people have any thoughts on where to get some professional writers? G-Power hooked up the BMW X5 M with a new air flow system that improves the cooling by 15%, and as a result boosts the power figures to 725 hp at 6,000 rpm, and 890 Nm of torque at 1,500 rpm. From the factory the BMW X5 M and X6 M carry the 4.4-liter V8 bi-turbo engine, and the performance was increased 45 hp to a total of 600 horsepower.
Both models feature special gills in the front fenders and 20-inch alloy wheels are also standard. Through this industry-first combination of attributes, the M5 redefined the capabilities of a sedan with levels of power, precision, balance, and linear control never before imaginable. These features combine to push the limits of what was previously possible with a sports-oriented vehicle, and guarantee driving behavior characteristic of a BMW M product: incredible stability and precisely controlled steering qualities abound throughout the performance envelope. From a handling standpoint, both vehicles are notable for superb balance through careful tuning of xDrive, Dynamic Performance Control, and Dynamic Stability Control with M Dynamic Mode for linear buildup of cornering forces. Both of these new models offer capabilities and dynamic driving experiences which are quite unique, and promise to provide thrills from everyday traffic to the race track. The signs of distinction of BMW M are presented in individual style at the rear, confirming the athletic character of each model.
By reversing the flow of gases through the engine from traditional arrangements, the intake and exhaust ducts are shortened and widened.

The new M V8 engine with twin-scroll twin turbo technology uses a single exhaust manifold with tuned-length runners, incorporating both cylinder banks and connecting cylinders in carefully-selected pairs. With maximum boost pressure of 1.5 bar (21 psi), the use of twin-scroll twin turbo technology and the CCM exhaust manifold allows complete exploitation of the benefits of turbocharging.
The sounds are always civilized, but transform from relatively calm to extraordinarily intense as the boost and revs build from idle.
An aluminum oil sump exclusive to BMW M with a special finned surface guarantees optimum cooling at all times even under an extremely demanding style of driving.
These include on-demand control of the electric fuel pump, an on-demand compressor for the air conditioner, and a flow-controlled supply of hydraulic fluid to the Active Roll Stabilization system.
Vectoring of torque between the right and left rear wheels (both on throttle and off) significantly improves steering precision and tracking stability at all speeds, with DSC being required to stabilize the vehicle only under extreme lateral acceleration. A pictogram in the Control Display in the instrument cluster allows the driver to monitor the activity of Dynamic Performance Control and xDrive through a clear visual depiction, which shows the driver how much power is being distributed to each wheel. Last but not least, DSC may be completely deactivated by experienced drivers at the touch of a button. This enables lightning-quick changes to settings for individual shock absorbers, swaybars, and other components as conditions and driving demands warrant. This activates a sports driving control map with higher control forces for particularly dynamic driving conditions.
They feature a riveted connection to join the aluminum rotor hats with the cast-iron rotor discs.
This promotes exceptionally good transmission of power to the rear axle and precise, razor-sharp steering behavior of both models. The Sport program allows precise control of engine power under the most dynamic driving conditions, and ensures a linear build-up of the power delivery.
In addition, both the BMW X5 M and the BMW X6 M may be equipped with a Head-Up Display programmed specifically by BMW M.
Top View provides the driver with an "birds-eye view" of the vehicle on the iDrive control screen, using input from a camera on each side of the vehicle and the traditional rear-view camera. Both the choice of materials and the arrangement and geometry of the support bars, braces, and mounts on both models are based on an overall concept that combines maximum crash safety with supreme agility - which helps avoid crashes in the first place. To help protect occupants from cervical spine injury in the event of a rear impact, the front seats feature crash-activated active head restraints. Networked with Dynamic Stability Control, the standard rollover sensors activate both the curtain airbags and the seatbelt pretensioners, to ensure occupants are best positioned for and protected from the unlikely event of a vehicle rollover. These two models are going after the successful Porsche Cayenne Turbo and Mercedes Benz ML63 AMG. The engine conforms to all the requirements of the US LEV II standard as well as the EU5 requirements in Europe. The M-mode can be actuated by pressing a button on the steering wheel or by using the paddles behind the steering wheel.
Dynamic Performance control, till now only available on the X6 is now available on the X5M too. Other nice stuff includes rain sensors, cruise control, iDrive, adaptive xenon headlights and rear view cameras. The wide range of standard features includes electrical seat adjustment complete with a memory function and seat heating at the front, two-zone automatic air conditioning, extended Merino leather, a HiFi audio system with 12 loudspeakers and 230 Watt amplifier output, M entry trim, an M footrest, interior trim in brushed Aluminium Shadow on both models as well as a BMW Individual instrument panel finished in leather and automatic operation of the tailgate on the BMW X6 M.
At higher rpm’s the torque has been limited to 1,000 Nm, while the X5 transmission needed modifications to handle the increase of power.
Starting at the front is the main attraction that can’t be overlooked, the front skirt made entirely of carbon fiber.
Since then, finding new ways to expand the boundaries of what is possible with existing BMW models has been the singular purpose of the craftsmen at BMW M.
These capabilities place the performance of the X5 M and X6 M on par with the performance of other recent BMW M vehicles.
The rear diffuser on each model communicates a particularly powerful presence, and the quad tailpipes of the exhaust system are again a signature of BMW M's masterful work. This configuration, patented by BMW M and known as Cylinder-bank Comprehensive Manifold (CCM), offers lightning-quick response, a linear build-up of engine power, and a broad, consistent torque curve by feeding each of the twin turbochargers with a "charge pulse" at approximately every 90 degrees of crankshaft rotation, rather than the more traditional "irregular schedule" of charging. In the M Manual mode, each chosen gear is held up to redline in order to give the driver perfect throttle-steering control of the vehicle under the most demanding driving conditions.
Ultimately this offers the driver an unparalleled standard of performance, agility, balance, and traction, and re-establishes the benchmarks in drivetrain and suspension technology for all types of performance-oriented vehicles. For example, if the front wheel encounters a bump, the system responds quickly enough before the rear wheel reaches the same bump. The Efficiency program, in turn, upshifts at earlier points not only to significantly reduce fuel consumption under normal driving conditions, but also to allow a relaxed style of driving by taking advantage of the new M engine's prodigious torque and power available from low engine speeds. This option enables the driver to customize the type and scope of data projected onto the windshield through settings available in the M Drive menu. The new M TwinPower Turbo engine is the world’s first engine with a common exhaust manifold encompassing both rows of cylinders and featuring Twin Scroll Twin Turbo Technology. A very useful feature associated with this shiftt system is that the driver maintains full control of the system without any interference from the computers. Replacing the stock front body parts all together, the new air inlets in the bumper give the SUV an aggressive look.
Now the BMW X5 M and the BMW X6 M are the first all-wheel-drive models to offer the remarkable performance, dynamic driving experience, athletic design, and premium quality of a BMW M product.
The engine fulfills the requirements of the US LEV II standard as well as the EU5 requirements in Europe. On the X5, X6, and 7 Series, BMW is the first carmaker in the world to use FlexRay as a regular technology. The result, therefore, is an ideal combination of flexibility for daily use and all-out performance when desired. The engine can be held at its redline before changing the gears which along with the launch control function means some serious performance. A further option in the M Manual mode is to activate the Launch Control feature, which enables the driver to accelerate from a standstill with maximum performance.
Then, with the transmission in stage M1, the driver presses down the brake pedal and moves the accelerator to at least 60% throttle, setting Launch Control to standby. As soon as the driver releases the brake pedal, the vehicle will accelerate with full power in "genuine racing style." In the process, the M Sports Automatic transmission automatically upshifts at the ideal points, with the fastest possible shifts and optimum wheelspin control.
The driver may terminate the Launch Control process at any time by reducing the throttle position.

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