Manhart just tuned a BMW M4 to 700hp and it looks bonkers!
It's called the MH4 GTR, and only one will be made
The BMW M4 (previously the named M3, before the M3 became a sedan) has a very rich history. Starting off as a DTM homologation special that wasn't expected to sell well, it has became the benchmark of German engineering. The current production BMW M4 can make up to 454 horsepower, which isn't bad for a six-cylinder. But to some that isn't enough umph.
Fear not! Manhart has you covered with their latest creation: a wild looking BMW M4 called the MH4 GTR. The MH4 GTR is an updated take on Manhart's 2014 M4, the M4 DTM Chamption Edition. The DTM Champion Edition paid homage to BMW's first DTM championship winner since their return to the sport, Marco Wittmann. And clearly, the folks at Manhart must have consumed some strong beers during the design dicussions because they thought the 493 horsepower Champion Edition still wasn't powerful enough over a stock M4. The end result is a 698 horsepower BMW M4, a fine addition to their 2020 lineup.
This new M4 has been equipped with an upgraded ECU, exhaust, intercooler, carbon fibre intake, turning a previous 454 horsepower and 406 lbs/ft of torque on the base M4 to a 698 hp and 723 lbs/ft. Those changes from the normal M4 paired with a modified 7 speed dual clutch transmission, Concave One wheels, carbon fibre front and rear wing, and other carbon fibre modifications, and an astounding paint job make this the craziest BMW of the year. Unfortunately for those who are interested in purchasing one, the MH4 GTR has a single car production run. No prices were mentioned, but I'd guess it would sell for at least a couple hundred thousand dollars.