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Manhart MHX6 Dirt² Concept proves that your BMW X6 can transform into a hardcore off-roader

The BMW X6 (F16) SUV, as we know, is inspired by a coupe. But owners of that car probably won’t take it off-roading. This hesitation is what convinced Manhart, the German tuner, to turn the X6 into an off-roading, go-anywhere vehicle. This is how they came up with the MHX6 Dirt² Concept. Unfortunately, the aftermarket tuner only plans to build five examples of the hardcore rigs.

Manhart started off by basing the vehicle on the current X6 M. The first thing they did to it was to give its engine a boost, so now it produces an impressive 888 horsepower (662 kilowatts) and 885 pound-feet (1,200 Newton-metres) of torque - all thanks to the upgrades like the new pistons, connecting rods, and revised turbos.

It also gets a strengthened gearbox and rear axle that are tough enough to handle the SUV’s extra power. To ensure that it survives hot summer days in warm climates, it was equipped with a cooling system too. There are dual air intake snorkels that stick out of the hood to provide both a visual flourish, making wading through deep water less of a worry.

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Preview: Manhart Performance MH5 800 Concept based on 2018 BMW M5 (F90)

German tuner Manhart Performance gives us a preview of what it can do for the 2018 BMW M5 (F90) - in terms of design and performance. However, the first details were only presented as a rendering.

Dubbed the MH5 800 Concept, it seems like the model will be given a pair of blacked out kidney grille, working together with a ventilated hood with Manhart Performance's logo and aftermarket alloy wheels also in all black. Furthermore, it gets a new front splitter, and mirror caps that are finished in carbon fiber. On the rear end, there is a trunk mounted spoiler too that has been added. From the front fascia all the way to the side profile are yellow accents.

Thought the company did not confirm what's underneath the hood, the name that the tuner gave it suggests that it will be equipped with a 4.4 liter M TwinPower Turbo V8 engine that will provide an extra 200 PS (147 kW), adding up to a total of 800 PS (588 kW). With this engine, the tuned MH5 800 can easily beat the standard model when it comes to the zero to 100 kilometers per hour sprint (62 miles per hour), where the standard M5 reaches it in 3.4 seconds, before it continues to a top speed of 305 kilometers per hour (189 mile per hour). For comparison’s sake, the 2018 M5 gets a turbocharged 4.4 liter engine that can carry out 600 horsepower (441 kilowatts) and 554 pound-feet (750 Newton-metres) of torque.

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Manhart MHX6 pushes the BMW X6 M power to 700 PS

German car tuner Manhart Performance is famous for its extraordinary BMWs. In typical Manhart fashion, the team amps up the BMW X6 M by giving it an extra 123hp and 111lb-ft of torque. Dubbed as the MHX6 700, Manhart’s powerful tuning totals the output of the 4.4-liter twin turbo V8 engine by up to 690hp (700PS) and 664lb-ft (900Nm).

To achieve this, the sports activity coupe benefited from the auto tuner’s 300-cell downpipes, new stainless steel muffler with valve control, software optimization and massive new tailpipes measuring 4x 100mm. The MHX6 700’s enhanced V8 engine is hooked to an eight speed M Steptronic gearbox with Drivelogic. Despite not disclosing the sprint time, Manhart’s superb tuning abilities will surely take a few seconds off the standard’s 4.2-second acceleration.

For improved handling and to keep the car closer to the ground, Manhart has also performed some adjustments on the chassis including the use of an H&R lowering kit.

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Manhart upgrades the 2014 BMW X4 (F26)

Although BMW X4 has just hit the dealerships, Manhart Performance decided to upgrade the new sport activity coupe. As a result, the BMW X4 received a new set of 21-inch Manhart Concave One light metal wheels. As an alternative to the lacquered gunmetal with polished surface finish, Manhart offers the silk-matt black finish.

The wheels are wrapped in Continental Contact 5P tires. In addition, there is a new lowering kit that brings the vehicle 35 mm closer to the ground.

For those who don’t know, the BMW X4 xDrive35d comes as standard with a 3.0-liter N57D30 turbodiesel engine that generates 313 hp and 630 Nm of torque, but thanks to a new Manhart Performance Kit the output was boosted to an impressive 375 hp and 740 Nm of torque.

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Manhart officially introduced the MH2 Clubsport based on the BMW M235i Coupe. Just like the standard M235i Coupe, the Manhart MH2 Clubsport uses the 3.0-liter six-cylinder in-line engine with M Performance TwinPower Technology that was boosted from 326 hp (240 kW) and 450 Nm (332 lb-ft) of torque to an impressive 430 hp (316 kW) and 592 Nm (436 lb-ft) of torque.

The new power output was obtained thanks to a bigger charging air intercooler, a new exhaust system with Manhart downpipe and 200-cell sports catalyzers. Manhart also eliminated the top speed limitation and prepared and the new vehicle achieves an impressive top speed of 300 km/h or 186 mph.

Besides the two round 90 mm stainless steel tailpipes, Manhart added a reinforced sports clutch that delivers the power of the engine to the rear wheels through the six-speed transmission. In addition, there is a differential lock on demand, but also a new Club sport coilover kit from kW.

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Manhart, the well-known German tuning company, unveiled their MH6 700 at the Essen Motor Show, but the official details, photos and specs were released today. Based on the BMW M6 (F13) Coupe, the Manhart MH6 700 comes with an extensive carbon exterior package consisting of a front spoiler with optional “RS” front spoiler blade, new engine hood with GTR air inlets, a new rear air diffusor and a trunk lid spoiler.

Moreover, a new set of carbon fiber mirror caps and a set of covers for the front skirt were added. The vehicle you see in the photos also received a technically-impressive full wrap in longitudinal cross-section aluminum metallic with incorporated (embossment look alike) Manhart Performance logos.

The wheel-arches house the Manhart Concave ONE wheels in the new cast version of these concave-formed rims. The light alloy rims are covered by Michelin Pilot Super Sport High-Performance tires of the dimensions 265/30ZR21 on the front and 305/25ZR21 on the rear axle. The compression and rebound-adjustable KW variation 3 coilover kit is supplied by Manhart Performance.

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Manhart revealed its tuning package for the BMW M3 Cabrio. It is dubbed as the Manhart MH3 V8 R Biturbo and is equipped with an X5 /X6 M engine. Days ago, Manhart presented its modified BMW M5. The most significant change on the M3 Cabrio is the V8 4.4-liter twin-turbo engine of the X6 M with a carbon fiber cover.

Manhart optimized the software and modified the power unit to deliver 655 hp (488 KW) and 719 lb-ft (955 Nm) of torque.

By taking out the electronic top speed limiter, the modified M3 Cabrio can hit a top speed of over 199 mph (320 km/h). In addition, they also built an Akrapovic Evolution Titanium exhaust system with a sports catalytic converter and four 90mm tailpipes.

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Manhart Racing has tuned the Bmw M3 using components from the Bmw X6 M and named it MH3 V8 RS Clubsport. Manhart fitted the M3 with X6 M’s 4.4-liter V8 engine, giving it a power boost of up to 750 hp with  910 Nm of peak torque. Manhart also installed X6 M’s cooler package into the M3, and added an oil cooler.

Manhart also reinforced the M3’s pistons and rods and fitted a titanium exhaust system with double tail pipe. Manhart also mounted X6 M’s six-speed automatic gearbox and Bmw M5’s locking differential onto the M3. It also installed a braking system that utilizes 396 mm discs with six-pistons calipers on the front and 380 mm disc with 4-pistons calipers at the rear.

MH3, which now weighs 1,590 kg, flaunts a 2.12 kg/hp power-to-weight ratio of 2.12 kg/hp, enabling it to go from 0 to 100 km/h in 3.2 seconds, with a top speed of more than 350 km/h. The MH3 is also afforded of Manhart’s in-house built carbon fiber package, including racing seats, customized instrument panel, fine alcantara finishing and an orange-colored roll cage.

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Tuners welcomed BMW’s decision to add an M version to the X6 range and to use a turbocharged powerplant for the Sports Activity Coupe (SAC). For instance, Manhart’s version of the X6M (dubbed Manhart M6XR Twin Turbo) is an SAC that delivers 687 hp.

This was accomplished with the use of a catalytic conversion modification, a modified exhaust and an ECU remap for the vehicle’s twin-turbocharged 4.4 liter V8 powerplant.

The fresh stainless steel exhaust system features four 90 mm tailpipes and two 200-cell HJS racing catalytic converters. The car, which weighs 2.4 tons, can sprint to 62mph in only 4.7 seconds and it boasts a top speed of 198 mph (319 km/h).

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