BMW M4 with Impressive Power Upgrade by Manhart

Manhart tuning firm from Germany is perhaps the most dedicated aftermarket shop when it comes to BMW modifications and customizations, offering a wide variety of choices for exterior enhancements and power upgrades.

The M4 is the last model to receive extensive mods, especially under the hood, where sits a new ECU remapping and a couple of other new mechanical stuff, which significantly increase the M4`s power and torque.

The BMW M4 in question looks absolutely amazing at the exterior with the gorgeous two-tone red and white paintjobs, while the new visual enhancements and other technical gear brought by Manhart, make it ready for the new power upgrade under the hood.

Technically, the M4 in question has received KW Variant 3 coil-overs which reduce its ride height, improving thus stance, while the new M Performance Parts extend the car`s aerodynamics. There is also the new carbon fiber intake system especially built for the car be Eventuri firm, and which increases the engine soundtrack and adds more power, of course. With the new exhaust in one place, the tuner also added new cat-less downpipe which helps the gas to exit into the Manhart muffler system with a custom piping. And there is of course, the new ECU remapping, also helpful in boosting the power.

The M Performance Parts at the exterior refer to M Performance front spoiler, M Performance rear diffuser and new bonnet with GTR vents, all features being made from carbon fiber. Inside, the cabin has also been customized to shed off some serious weight. We are dealing here with a red roll cage and Recaro bucket seats in the front, while the rear seats have been removed to make the car lighter. Also, to give it a cozy and luxurious feel, the technicians have finally added M Performance Alcantara-wrapped steering wheel and black Alcantara accents.

As for performance under the hood, the tuner`s new toys make this M4 more powerful. This means 405 kW and 820 Nm of torque, way too impressive than the stock 331 kW and 550 Nm of torque. Unfortunately, performance figures have not been provided yet, but we expect around 3.9 seconds from 0 to 100 km/h, quite dramatic than the stock 4.3 seconds. Stay tuned!

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Written by Eduard Huma

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