Manhart has finally released some images with the BMW M135i upgrade in details, after the supercar was first introduced just some months ago at the Essen Motor Show alongside Manhart.
The BMW M135i by Manhart is now detailed inside with a mixture of leather and Alcantara upholstery, contrasting with some yellow seams.
The BMW M135i also sports BMW Performance seats, a carbon decorative stripe and more other tweaks.
Outside, the BMW M135i received some fine touches from Manhart. We are talking about matte foil, side mirror caps from carbon fiber, new diffuser or splitter.
The chassis of the M135i sports a KW Clubsport chassis, a Quaife locking differential, 19-inch alloys that are all equipped with Michelin Super Sport tires.
As for the power under the hood, the M135i by Manhard bears the same 3.0-liter six-cylinder engine found on the standard version, but with an upgraded exhaust system and new control unit.
The supercar produces a great 405 horsepower and 560 Nm of torque, which is a great difference than the standard 320 ponies and 450 Nm of torque.
Both xDrive and the RWD versions will receive these goodies from Manhart. We will keep you posted later on the price tags involved.