Manhart Racing has recently released a promotional clip where it is showcasing the BMW M5-based MH 5 S Biturbo. The tuners rarely release such promo videos with their creations and so this release from Manhart Racing comes as a pleasant surprise.
The BMW M5-based MH 5 S Biturbo was launched last year in late November, but since then the power figures have gone up quite significantly. When it was first announced, the car came fitted with V8 4.4-liter twin-turbo engine and was tuned to produce an output of 646 HP (475 kW) and 773 Nm (570 lb-ft) of torque. But now from the video it appears that the mill is now offering 710 HP (522 kW) and 880 Nm (649 lb-ft) of torque.
The hike in the power output can be attributed to ECU optimization, a performance box, carbon air intake system, stainless steel rear silencer and custom downpipes.
The Manhart MH5 S Biturbo also comes equipped with a fully-adjustable coilover suspension with a different setup, as well as large 21-inch ADV.1 wheels and a carbon fiber hood with GTR vents. Also from this same lightweight material the car have been fitted with the front spoiler, trunk lid spoiler and rear diffuser.