The codenames German tuner Manhart Racing chooses for their cars are quite easy to decipher. So when we say MH6 700, you just now that it’s a 6-Series BMW with 700 horsepower. Actually, it’s not any old 6er. They picked the M6 Coupe for this treatment, because in standard from this car has 560 hp.
So it was easier to get to 700 from there than to start with a normal V8. The M6 has a 4.4 liter bi-turbo V8 engine to which Manhart adds a carbon airbox, a new sport exhaust system complete with downpipes, sports catalytic converters and rear silencers with 100-millimeter tailpipes, and their own ECU software.
As a result the BMW M6 by Manhart develops 700 horsepower and over 950 Nm of torque. The M6 is a heavy car, but still, it manages to get to 100 km/h in about 4 seconds providing you can get it off the line properly, and since Manhart has deleted the top speed limiter, reach 320 km/h.
Being a professional tuner, Manhart has also fitted with the car with KW adjustable suspension system, 21-inch rims with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, and a body kit including a carbon front splitter, carbon vented bonnet, carbon differ and carbon tail spoiler. That’s a lot of carbon, and we didn’t even mention the standard carbon roof. The bits that are not carbon are wrapped in a cool aluminum metallic film.