Manhart Powers-Up BMW M4

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When it comes to heavy BMW customizations, Manhart tuner from Germany is my favourite. They recreate distinctive power upgrades, however, in the last years they have also created special aero programs for all sorts of models.

We have had the pleasure of telling you about many BMW M2s, M3s, M4s or some from the X lineup, all featuring spectacular aftermarket body parts or impressive upgrades under the hood. And I will always keep updating you about any new projects Manhart will be carrying out on a BMW model.

Today we have the opportunity of telling you about the below BMW M4, the gorgeous M4 with good looks and extraordinary performance, which has received a new power module and a couple of new mechanical stuffs.

The whole project is called MH4 550 and comprises some new ‘’toys’’ which make the model more powerful. We are dealing here with a carbon fiber intake system in-house built by Eventuri tuner, and which increases the engine soundtrack and adds more power. With the new exhaust in one place, the tuner also added new cat-less downpipes which help the gas to exit into the Manhart muffler system with a custom piping. And there is of course, the new ECU remapping, also helpful in boosting the power.

Speaking of power, the BMW M4 by Manhart is equipped with the famous S55 3.0-liter twin-turbo in-line six-cylinder engine, developing 331 kW and 550 Nm of torque. However, with the new systems installed, this lad here is capable of 405 kW and a staggering 820 Nm of torque. Performance figures haven’t been provided, but given the standard 4.3 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h, we expect this lad manage at least 3.9 seconds.

Other technicalities refer to KW Variant 3 coil-overs and new high-performance wheels with wide tires, all increasing the car`s stance and stability. At the exterior, the model is tweaked with M Performance Parts, all made from carbon fiber. The most important ones refer to M Performance front spoiler, M Performance rear diffuser and new bonnet with GTR vents.

As for interior adjustments, the technicians from Manhart have fitted a red roll cage and Recaro bucket seats, while the rear seats have been removed to make the car lighter. There is also the M Performance Alcantara on the steering wheel and black Alcantara seats for a more luxurious feel.


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