The new generation BMW M3 and M4 sports cars have not yet entered all markets, and the studio has already begun work on them. The German company Manhart was one of the first to take on the “emki”. The tuning kit implies rework on almost all fronts, but the key changes relate to the inline twin-turbo six. Initially, it produces 480 hp. and 550 Nm, and in the Competition version – 510 and 650, respectively. But after installing the MHtronik motor control unit, the Manhart MH3 600 sedan and the MH4 600 coupe received 590 and 620 hp. respectively. In the second case, the torque is increased to 750 Newton meters.
Sales of the tuning kit for the BMW M3 G80 and M4 G82 have not yet begun, and prices have not been announced. But for the previous models, the revision of the three-liter engine cost from 1,699 to 22,500 euros, and the redesign of the suspension – from 326 to 4449 euros.
The Concave One wheels, which start at € 2,216 per set, are wrapped in 265/30 R21 tires at the front and 305/25 R21 at the rear. A branded exhaust system is also available for emoks.
Customers will also be offered shorter and less flexible H&R springs, which reduce the ride height by 35 or 40 mm. In addition, the sedan and coupe can be decorated with gold-colored decals, branded forged wheels, as well as carbon fiber exterior parts – a hood, a splitter on the front bumper, side skirts, a diffuser and a spoiler on the trunk lid. The Germans call all this a revision of the first phase, and in the future even more serious work is planned both on the power unit and on the chassis. For example, tuners will prepare for the M3 and M4 an adjustable KW suspension with sixteen rebound and twelve compression settings.