Manhart Racing has unveiled their tuning package for the all-new BMW X4 xDrive35d. The compact SAC (Sports Activity Coupe) comes with a significant power boost and improved stance. The 3.0 liter twin-turbocharged diesel originally produces – 313HP (230 kW) and 630Nm (465 lb-ft) of torque. The performance package boosts the engine to 375HP (276 kW) and 740Nm (546 lb-ft) of torque, which is exactly the same torque like the three-turbocharged 3.0 liter diesel found in M50d models. 2014 BMW X4 xDrive35d doe
Manhart BMW M235i Coupe MH2 Clubsport does not produce 326 horsepower as its production M235i Coupe sibling. And in fact it has nothing to do with it. This of course is because the specialists at Manhart did their work very well. Let’s review what they have done to create this impressive tuning. The brand new production BMW M235i Coupe is driven by 326 hp (240 kW) six-cylinder turbo, which delivers 450 Nm (333 lb-ft). Via a performance boost using an additional process control system, the MH2 is now dragged by al
Manhart Racing will soon reveal official information and pictures for their latest project based on the all-new BMW 4-Series M4. The German tuning company is going to offer styling and performance upgrades for the sports coupe. Performance package will be available for F80 and F82. Manhart MH4 550 will get a new body kit including a redesigned front hood, front spoiler lip and kidneys. There are also wider side skirts, rear diffuser and boot lid spoiler. All parts are made from exclusive
Manhart Racing has revealed their latest tuning project called MH1 and based on the BMW 1-Series M135i. The latest 1-Series is rather ugly, but Manhart has managed to make it a little more pleasant to look. The tuning package includes styling and performance upgrades as well. The 3.0 liter six-cylinder turbocharged engine is boosted to 405HP (298 kW) and 560Nm (413 lb-ft) – an increase of 85HP and 110Nm. The result is thanks to an additional control unit and a complete sports exhaust system. The exterio
Manhart have finally unveiled their MH6 700 BMW M6. It has been out, actually, ever since the 46th Essen Motor Show opened its doors earlier this month. Funny how some manage to slip under the radar. The M6's original 4.4-liter V8 with its 560 hp is in no way a slouch, but Manhart have gone the extra... several miles and amped the power up to 734 hp (because who cares about consistent naming, MH6 700?) and 953 Nm. Essentially, that means ECU tweaking, a carbon-air-intake-system and a complete
Manhart Racing are famous with their super powerful tuned cars. Again, they proved that the factory’s power coming from BMW M6 F13 is not enough. The 4.4 liter twin-turbocharged V8 is boosted to whopping 700HP (515 kW) and 900Nm (667 lb-ft) of torque. Performance boost will of course, also include a complete exhaust system including downpipes with sports catalysers and the company’s own end-silencer. Manhart Racing will combine a coilover kit with forged alloy wheels for the perfect mechanical grip.
Manhart Racing is specialized in tuning BMWs and now the company is releasing their program for the new M6. Thanks to this the Bavarian high-performance trio of M6 Coupé (F13), M6 Cabriolet (F12) and M6 Gran Coupé (F06) can be now enhanced through lowering, different wheel and tire combinations as well as performance
Manhart Racing has released some pictures and details for their latest project based on BMW E92 335i. A facelifted version powered by N55 3.0 liter twin scroll-turbo I6 with 306HP (225 kW) and 400Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque has been converted to N54, which is basically the same engine but with different turbochargers. Of course, the engine is going to have a MHR Stage 5 Power Upgrade. This boosts the N54 to over 500HP (368 kW). This will happen thanks to a number of upgrades. A stock 335i accelerates from 0