Following the official release earlier this week, Manhart Racing has publically released their BMW M3 Convertible fitted with a 4.4 liter V8 twin-turbo engine from the X6 M under the bonnet. At the annual Essen Motor Show, the Germans displayed the quickest and most powerful convertible of its class, named Manhart MH3 V8 R Biturbo Cabriolet.
The Germans also fitted with a large carbon fiber cover. Thanks to special developed software, the 4.4 liter V8 twin-turbo produces 655bhp and a maximum torque of 975Nm. The electronic Vmax was removed providing a top speed more than 320km/h. They have also installed its own in-house designed stainless steel downpipes, as well as an Akrapovic Evolution Titanium exhaust system with a 200 cpsi sports catalytic converter system and four 90mm tail pipes.
The MH3 V8 R Biturbo has been fitted with several MHR carbon fiber elements, an engine bonnet with GTR air intakes, mirror caps and diffuser. In addition, BMW performance carbon flaps have been installed and MHR decorative strips have been applied.
The MH3 V8 R Biturbo rolls on MHR Concave One Ultra-light forged wheels. The 9×20 inch and 12×20 inch wheels are shod in tires sizing 255/30ZR20 up front and 305/25ZR20 at the back. The vehicle is also equipped with an MHR suspension system (by KW V3) with in-house adjustment.
Inside the cabin, the tachometer on the vehicle reaches 400km/h. The tuner has also installed its own in-house display system, which provides the driver with all kinds of information on operating parameters and driving performance data.