Is the Manhart MH6 700 the Best M6 Conversion Around?

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Photo: Manhart Racing
A lot of tuners had their go at BMW’s latest iteration of the S63 engine however, most manage to get around 600, 620 HP from it with a couple of ECU tricks and that’s about it.
Not at Manhart, though. The German tuner is renowned for making some of the most powerful cars out there, rivaling even the guys from G-Power that are the undisputed horsepower kings at the moment.

The Manhart MH6 700 model is a Stage 4 BMW M6 that has no less than 740 HP at its disposal and 950 Nm (700 lb-ft) of torque to go with it for some spine crushing experiences behind its wheel.

Shmee had the chance to get a closer look at the Manhart jewel and he was impressed. The tech specs aren’t the only thing that changed though, as the exterior design was improved as well.

On that note, the bonnet is now made of carbon fibre, the front bumper gained a new splitter made of the same material while the air intakes have also been upgraded.

Manhart wheels went all around alongside a new KW lowering suspension, a full body wrap in what looks like brushed aluminum, a new boot lid lip and improved diffuser.

The best thing about the whole car is, however, the new exhaust. It sounds just brilliant. Check it out in the video below!

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