There is a lot of buzz around Manhart, and it's easy to see why. A rare one-off creation, such as the 777-hp M5 CS, can be the reason. Tuners have even turned a SUV into rocketship with 900-hp! Recently, as a result of modifying the BMW X6 M, Manhart has created a super SUV with a new moniker and a lot of power.
MHX6 700 WB stands for "widebody kit," and this is where we think Manhart has gone off the rails a little too far. Lamborghini Huracan Performante is the inspiration for this 24-piece kit, which is composed completely of forged carbon fiber.
There are forged carbon kidney grilles and fender flares and mirror caps on the front and rear of the car, as well as the rear diffuser and spoiler extensions on the back. Even more drastic is the matte charcoal metallic wrap and gloss black decals that interrupt the gray.
Meanwhile, lowering springs from H&R assist bring the car closer to the ground and give BMW X6 M a more aggressive look. Within the cabin, there's a 12-piece set of forged carbon elements that covers everything from seats to dash.
This BMW X6 M now has 720-hp and 664 lb-ft of torque due to remapped ECU and upgraded exhaust system. As a result, the tuner can enhance the brakes to help deal with the situation. However, be sure you'll spend a lot of money to show everyone that you're an elitist.