It's called the MH4 600, and it packs a mean punch.
If the standard BMW M4 Competition isn't exciting enough, perhaps the Manhart MH4 600 is the sports coupe of your dreams.
The German tuner has worked its magic on the 3.0-liter turbocharged inline-six, boosting outputs to 626 horsepower and 576 lb-ft of torque, permitting some stunning performance. Manhart claims the MH4 600 can race from 0 - 124 mph in a mere 10.5 seconds.
Overtaking should be a cinch, with the 62 - 124 mph dash dispatched in a scant 6.42 seconds. This additional power and performance come courtesy of an MHtronik auxiliary control unit and a stainless steel exhaust system. The firm notes that customers can choose between various exhaust designs and exhaust tip finishers.
The tuner has made sure the M4 is quick in the corners, too, fitting the German coupe with H&R lowering springs. Buyers can also opt for the Manhart coil-over suspension system by KW. This gives the M4 an even more sporting stance and improves the already excellent dynamics. The sports coupe retains its standard brake system. That's no problem, though, as the carbon ceramic brakes ensure the Bimmer stops on a dime.
Manhart Performance is not known for its subtle exterior modifications, but this particular project bucks the trend. Dare we say it, but the MH4 600 is tasteful and is one of the best-looking tuned M4s we've ever seen.
The tuner actually notes that this vehicle is aimed at those who don't want the typical black-and-gold treatment. As such, the M4 is devoid of tacky decals and auric trimmings.
Subtle carbon fiber finishes can be found on the radiator grille, side skirts, front spoiler, and more. The only nod to Manhart's favorite color can be seen on the striking Styling 1000 M forged wheels. The matt gold bronze finish looks exceptional with the black paint. These intricate alloys measure 20 inches at the front and 21 inches at the rear.
By exercising restraint, Manhart has created what is probably its best-looking car yet. Hopefully, the company will reveal more subtle performance cars with brutal performance. If you're wondering what an MH4 600 would look like with the regular Manhart trimmings, look no further than the MH3 600 and MH4 600 twins that were first released in 2021.
Recently, Manhart took a perfectly fine BMW M4 CSL - one of just 1,000 - and created what can only be described as the gaudiest track toy in the world.
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