Manhart Racing BMW M6 MH6 Biturbo Spotted in Germany

Manhart Racing MH6 700 1 photo
Photo: Autogespot
When it comes to the current M6, a lot of people misjudge it and call it names, when this car is only trying to be a nice, meaty and sporty Gran Tourer.
Some went so far as to compare it to the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG and other such supercar monsters despite the fact that the Bimmer weighs nearly two tons and it wasn’t built to shatter your bones.

That’s one side of the story, the one written by BMW. The other side comes from hardcore tuners, like Manhart Racing, that saw a big opportunity when the S63Tu engine was launched by the Motorsport division.

In case you didn’t already know, that’s the engine that powers all the M5 and M6 models today making 560 HP and 680 Nm (501 lb-ft) of torque out of a 4.4 liters of V8 excellence.

That’s impressive and the numbers might be a little higher than what BMW is claiming. However they are not nearly as high as on the Manhart creation that goes by the name of “MH6 700”. Can you guess the numbers on this thing?

Well, being a Stage 4 car, the engine was taken up to 740 HP and 950 Nm (700 lb-ft) of torque thanks to a new set of turbochargers, new ECU map and a fresh, bigger exhaust.

To make sure everyone notices it on the streets, it’s now also featuring a full carbon fibre bonnet, front splitter, mirror covers and boot lid spoiler alongside what the tuner calls ‘Brushed Aluminum Wrap’. With such a look, it’s hard to miss it on the street and a sharp Autogespot photographer just caught it rolling down a street in Adenau, Germany and we have it in the adjacent photo gallery for you! Check it out!
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