BMW released a ‘preview’ of Manhart’s future new-generation M3 Sedan and M4 Sedan Coupe exterior. Despite not revealing any aftermarket upgrades, the official illustrations provide a glimpse of the upcoming performance models from Bavaria.
With the established name MH3600 and MH4 600, the tuned M3 and M4 BMWs will promote the company’s MHtronik Powerbox and the available exhaust systems. The exhaust systems feature a twin carbon fiber tailpipe which powers the car’s raise output up to 611 HP and 750 Nm power of torque.
The M3 and M4 exterior will have a few millimeters lower body to the ground, brought down by the H&R set of lowering springs, which meanwhile leave room under the archers for the aftermarket. The Concave One in-house developed by Manhart is a forged set that measures 9×21-inch at the front and 10.5×21-inch at the rear, wrapped in 265/30 and 305/25 tires.
A stunning carbon fiber bonnet, the front splitter, rear diffuser, spoiler, and side flaps, all together boost the external visual presence of the M3 and M4. The final touch is brought by the golden accents on the rims.
The Manhart tuning program now reaches the so-called ‘phase one’ and that’s why this is a preview and not a show of the new-gen BMW M3 Sedan and M4 Sedan Coupe final look. Phase two will continue with smaller details to take the upcoming cars to the next level.