Manhart's newest M3 and M4 iterations are based on the track-focused BMW M4 CSL, and they keep becoming more aggressive. An incredible 692 horsepower and considerable cosmetic upgrades define the Manhart MH4 GTR II.
Manhart's 18-piece carbon body package and bright red highlights make the MH4 GTR II seem like an ultra-tuned M4. The carbon fiber exterior upgrade package includes a wide splitter, canards, a perforated hood, side skirts, and a rear spoiler.
Custom floor mats, Schroth four-point racing harnesses for the M Carbon full bucket seats, a Clubsport roll bar, and a carbon fiber motorsport helmet are just some of the interior enhancements. The forged alloy wheels on the MH4 GTR II are brand new and come from Yido Performance. They are 20 inches in diameter and have a Matte Black finish with two orange-red spokes. Tires of differing sizes—275/30/R20 front and 295/30/R20 back—adorn the rims.
New H&R height-adjustable coil springs were installed, allowing for a lower ride height. The MHtronic auxiliary control unit helps the modified 3.0L inline-six engine generate 692 horsepower and 649 lb-ft of torque. As a result, the MH4 GTR II is the most explosive BMW M4 currently available from Manhart, with figures far higher than the 543 horsepower and 479 lb-ft of the standard CSL.
Since the manufacturing of the BMW M4 CSL was capped at 1,000 units, the tuner is also providing the option of building the Manhart MH4 GTR II on the BMW M4 Competition.