The BMW M5 gets 633hp and a whole lot of attitude thanks to the crew at Manhart Racing.
The BMW M5 has received an extensive and powerful tuning program from German tuning house Manhart Racing. Dubbed the MH5 S-Biturbo, the German sedan now packs a U-boat-load of power and some stylish wheels. Starting under the M5's hood, the Bimmer's V8 now features a twin-turbo-charged system that boasts 633hp and 575 lb-ft. When compared to the stock M5, that is an extra 73hp and 74 lb-ft of torque.
Manhart says that this is only the first stage of their tuning process, as they have further plans to upgrade power output to levels of 670 and 735hp. The first stage along with the subsequent power boosts will come via the use of downpipes, upgraded exhaust system, ECU remap and modifications to the sedan's turbochargers. Manhart has remained mum so far as to what the new performance levels will be the for the MH5 S-Biturbo, but you can be sure the stock's numbers of 0-60mph in 4.4 seconds and a top speed of 155mph will be left in the dust when the German tuners are all said and done.
The MH5 S-Biturbo runs on a set of 20-inch in the front, 21-inch in the back MHR Classical Wheels. An MHR Club Sport coilover kit and lowered suspension along with a flap-controlled sports exhaust have all been added. The Manhart Racing BMW M5 MH5 S-Biturbo package will be available towards the end of this month. No pricing information has been released as of yet.