Manhart Racing is best known for their engine transplant jobs. With the new BMW M5 F10 though, they found the 4.4 liter bi-turbo V8 too good to be ditched. So they got busy and prepared an upgrade package for it which in its first stage boosts the output from the standard 555-hp to s staggering 633-hp.
It’s always great to have massive power, but it doesn’t make that big a difference in the car’s performance, mind you. The Manhart MH5, as they call this car, does 0 to 100 km/h in 4.4 seconds and flat out goes beyond 300 km/h. That’s what 633-hp and 780 Nm of torque gets you.
As mentioned this is only the beginning. Manhart is currently working on 670 and 730 hp packages for the car.
Right now though they can offer 633, plus a sport exhaust system for a more audible soundtrack, MHR Club sport coilover kit and a set of 21-inch wheels with 255 tires at front and 295 at the back. The looks remain intact for now.