This infernal BMW M8 modified by Manhart exceeds 300 km / h on the Autobahn. An exercise that looks like a walk in the park for this 823 hp missile!
Manhart is a preparer specializing in the modification of German cars. It transforms, for example, the already nasty BMW M cars into even more infernal machines! As standard, the M8 and its Competition pack develop 625 hp. All this power, once sent to 4 wheels, allows it to reach 100 km / h in just 3.2 seconds.
823 ch !
When the German preparer steps in, the power of its 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 climbs to 823 hp! Its 0 to 100, it takes only 2.6 seconds! To achieve such performance, work on the engine is necessary. A new exhaust is also installed to allow him to breathe better, but also to sing better!
Under this golden dress hides a monster
On the outside, the modifications are quite sober, no big wide kit or changes to the bumpers. The rims are replaced and are now 21 inches. And how not to notice this black and gold paint characteristic of the preparer? But under this dress hides a real monster who, once unbridled, has no trouble crossing the 300 km / mark on the Autobahn!
Check out the video of this BMW M8 Manhart on the Autobahn below:
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