Monday, 23 December 2013

Tuner Manhart Gives BMW M6 743HP and a Visual Makeover

If you’re the kind of person who looks at the BMW M6, with its 553 hp twin turbo-charged 4.4-liter V8 and sporty demeanor and thinks it’s not powerful or brash enough, then the MH6 700 kit offered by German tuner Manhart could be of interest for you.

It raises the power figure of the coupe to 743 hp, while torque is boosted too, from 680 Nm to 950 Nm or 503 lb-ft to 703 lb-ft. Both acceleration and in-gear performance are augmented as a result, but it will still spin most of that power away in first without the electronics – top speed is a claimed 320 km/h or 199 mph.

The sound it makes is hopefully better than stock too, and not just louder… There’s a sports air filter at one end, a pair of sports catalytic converters in the middle and a custom muffler setup with quad pipes.

Visually, the MH6 700 is a striking machine to behold, and you should not have too much trouble telling that it’s not stock. It rides much lower than before on adjustable KW suspension, and the 21-inch wheels, while clean, are clearly aftermarket.

The car in the photos comes with extra carbon fiber bits, like the gilled hood, front apron, rear diffuser and boot lid spoiler – the latter is the only one you’d really want, if you didn’t want to attract too much attention, though.

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By Andrei Nedelea



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