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The BMW M235i Gets Wide with Manhart Racing

M Sport Manhart Racing BMW M235i

Turbocharged fun time.

The BMW M235i is making its presence felt all around the globe, even as far as Taiwan where the company, M Sport, worked on making it even better. With the help of some upgrades from Manhart Racing, HRE Performance Wheels, Brembo, KW Automotive, and more, the German sports car turned into a widebodied terror on the streets.

M Sport Manhart Racing BMW M235i

Right off the bat, the BMW M235i by M Sport is more dramatic and assertive. Its presence benefits from a new Manhart Racing widebody kit that has a functional form that blends perfectly with the factory design language. Up front, the kit includes a new bumper with spoiler lip and larger air intakes that blend right in with the extended front fenders. The flared fenders with integrated air intakes and outlets sit on both axles and exude confidence and power. At the rear, a new bumper with integrated diffuser sit while a RKP Clubsport carbon fiber spoiler wing sits atop the trunk for some extra downforce. A black kidney grille finishes it all off.

M Sport Manhart Racing BMW M235i

The dynamic nature of the BMW M235i gets even better below the Manhart Racing body kit. The factory wheels were swapped out for a new set of HRE P44SC alloys measuring 19 inches in diameter with a satin black finish. Behind those wheels sit a Brembo GT brake kit with bright yellow calipers and slotted discs for dynamite stopping power. To complete the fitment, a new KW Variant 3 adjustable suspension was added on that allows the HRE wheels to sit snug beneath the monster Manhart Racing fenders.

M Sport Manhart Racing BMW M235i

Under the hood, the turbocharged inline-six cylinder engine sees Manhart Racing make another appearance in the form of a tune. After a bit of black magic, the engine produces a pretty hefty 430 horsepower and 391 lb-ft. of torque, paired with a top speed pushed back to 186 mph.

M Sport Manhart Racing BMW M235i

Inside, the lone modification made to the interior is a sharp yellow trim set that matches the brakes and wheel center caps.

If you want to see the BMW M235i with Manhart Racing widebody kit by M Sport, you’ll have to travel all the way to Taiwan.

BMW M235i by M Sport Specifications

Displacement: 3.0 liters
Number of Cylinders: Inline-six
Aspiration: Turbocharged
Maximum Horsepower: 430
Maximum Torque: 391 lb-ft. / 530 Nm

Wheels, Brakes, and Suspension:
Wheels: HRE P44SC alloy
Wheel Size: 19 inches
Brakes: Brembo GT kit with yellow calipers and slotted discs
Suspension: KW Variant 3

-Manhart Racing widebody kit
-Black grille
-RKP Clubsport carbon fiber rear wing spoiler

-Yellow trim set

BMW M235i by M Sport Gallery

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