It’s going to be a hot summer at Manhart Racing.
Summer is right around the corner and tuning companies from all around the world (well, except the southern hemisphere) are readying their new upgrade programs for drivers to enjoy. Manhart Racing has something big in the pipeline for the end of summer that’s sure to roast some tires and turn some heads on the warm asphalt.
The German tuning company has previewed their upcoming MH6 S Biturbo Coupe based on the F12-generation BMW M6 Coupe with a pair of computer-generated images. The pictures clearly show the new carbon fiber body kit that includes a new front bumper, ventilated hood, side skirts, diffuser, and a CSL-style trunk lid.
Expect some big things under the hood as well. The twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V-8 will get a boost thanks to a complete exhaust system with downpipes, racing catalytic converters, and in-house mufflers, and a full software tune for the ECU. Thanks to the modifications, the engine will exceed 700 horsepower and 664 lb-ft. of torque, to provide drivers with some blistering acceleration.
The chassis will benefit from a new coilover suspension kit and lightweight forged wheels.
The new Manhart Racing MH6 S Biturbo is due out in late summer, just in time for some fun in the sun.
[Source: Manhart Racing]