The Manhart Racing MH5 S Biturbo has made its public debut here at the Essen Motor Show 2012. The package is based upon the 2012 BMW F10M M5 and features carbon fiber aerodynamic components, ADV.1 wheels, an engine upgrade and a new suspension from KW.

The aero kit features a front spoiler, rear diffuser and rear spoiler. The engine hood was manufactured with integrated GTR air intake systems made of carbon. The entire bodywork was finally covered in a full grey-matt metallic wrapping with decorative MHR stripes.

The twinturbo V8 engine received an upgrade to 646hp and a maximum torque of 773Nm. Following the removal of the Vmax, the MH5 S Biturbo runs in this performance stage at up to 316km/h. The technical engine upgrades includes a MHR carbon air intake system, MHR sporty end-silencer made of high-grade steel with two 90 millimeter twin tail pipes and a valve control system. Additionally, MHR downpipes can also be supplied optionally without catalytic converter.

Manhart Racing installed the fully adjustable MHR by KW Clubsport chassis frame with the company’s own alignment. The chassis frame can be adjusted separately in compression and rebound stages as well as with racing springs. Manhart also constructed performance-optimized racing drive-shaft support systems.

The BMW rolls on MHR08 Deep Concave wheels by ADV.1 wheels. The three-part rims size 9.5×21 inches (front) and 10.5×21 inches (rear) and are shod in 265/30ZR21 and 305/25ZR21 tires.

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