BMW M3 Touring gets a V10 version designed by Manhart Racing. The 4.2-liter V8 usually found in the front of the M3 has been removed and taking its place is the 5.0-litre V10 engine from the M5, mated to the seven-speed SMG gearbox from the same car. It is claimed that this allows the car to go 0-62mph time in 4.3secs.
Of course there are other mechanical revisions done to the M3, including the addition of the M5's limited-slip differential, a modified ECU and a new stainless steel exhaust system equipped with four tailpipes. Among its styling changes are a new bonnet, a new front bumper, new side skirts and wider rear-wheel arches.
It rides on 20-inch aluminum alloys and its tires at the front are 255/30ZR20 and 295/25ZR20 at the rear.
Manhart's version has heated BMW performance sports seats, a full leather interior with Alcantara roof and door lining and a BMW performance steering wheel with illuminating indicator switches, acceleration and quarter mile time displays.
For the complete car, pricing starts at 120,000 euro. Manhart allows for the package to be fitted retrospectively so don't hesitate to call them.
This Manhart Racing-tuned BMW M3 Touring features a performance interior that includes BMW sports seats. Customers could have the back seats upholstered with leather or Alcantara to match the seats in the front.
Further providing the car with a racing appearance are elements like the leather interior with Alcantara roof and door linings, carbon fittings and the BMW performance steering wheel with illuminating indicator switches.
Interested customers could avail of the complete car package from Manhart Racing for just around EUR120,000. Customers could also have their current basis car be upgraded by Manhart Racing.