The way Manhart has modified the BMW 2002 tii, incorporating Alpina modifications, is truly remarkable and deserves admiration. This classic beauty is driven by a 2.0-liter M10 inline four-cylinder engine, now pumping out a hefty 200 horsepower and 158 lb-ft of torque thanks to a slew of enhancements.
Originally boasting 130 horsepower and 131 lb-ft of torque, it is reborn with a roar thanks to a new exhaust system and other tweaks by Manhart.
Manhart didn't stop there. The car's performance got a boost with a revamped brake system from the E21 generation's 323i model and a Raab coilover suspension by KW, bringing in sportier, more dynamic handling.
The Wiechers strut brace, which adds that extra stability and precision to how it hugs the road. The wheels on this beast are a sight to behold—original Alpina multi-spoke rims, 8x16 inches all around, wrapped in 215/40 R16 front and 225/40 R16 rear tires.
The finishing touch? The wheels come in an individually configured finish, letting you tailor the look to your liking. This BMW 2002 tii Alpina restomod marries power, style, and personalization seamlessly.