Takes the M235i to 430 horsepower.
With the BMW 2 Series becoming the new benchmark for small performance sports coupes, it's no wonder that tuners are rushing to churn out special renditions of the two-door Bimmer. Now, Manhart Racing has revealed its MH2 400 Clubsport, based on the M235i. With the car's rear-wheel drive and six-cylinder turbo engine, the firm has created a 400 horsepower pocket-rocket that also produces an impressive 436 lb-ft of torque and a top-speed of 186 mph.
The firm has also added new Manhart Concave One wheels measuring 8.5x19 and 9.5x19-inches, Michelin Super Sport tires and new brakes. The 2er gains the addition of a new front spoiler, rear diffuser and rear spoiler from M Performance, while the interior receives Recaro Pole Position racing seats and a deleted rear bench.