Manhart BMW M8 accelerates to 100 km / h in 2.6 secondsMay 16, 2020
The BMW M8 Competition Coupe is currently the fastest car of the German corporation. At the same time, the specialists at the Manhart studio decided that they could add more performance to it.
And on Saturday, May 16, the tuning company showed its result under the name MH8 800 – it is a kit that includes many components and costs about 40 thousand euros. As a result, the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 produces 825 hp. and 1050 Nm, due to which it takes only 2.6 seconds to accelerate to the first 100 kph, and 5.7 seconds to 200 km / h.
At the same time, the tuners not only modernized the S63 engine. They also equipped the car with a very stylish body kit and gold accents. In addition, the M8 Competition was equipped with 21-inch disks, as well as an improved suspension with adjustable springs, which make it possible to change the vehicle’s ground clearance by 30 mm.
The exhaust system has also been improved: it has lost a diesel particulate filter to produce a more powerful sound from the powertrain.
There were no significant changes in the interior, except for the carbon inserts on the steering wheel and the carbon steering column paddles.
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