Manhart is known for its one-of-a-kind aftermarket builds, especially when it comes to the industry’s most performance-prone vehicles. The BMW M4 DTM Champion Edition, for example, sought to boost the original platform from 425 to 493HP, resulting in a limited-edition, 200-unit release. Now, after four years, the brand is returning to the platform for an even more boisterous version known as the MH4 GTR.
The Manhart BMW MH4 GTR is an elaborate take on the original DTM Champion Edition, which was created in homage to the DTM championship winner, Marco Wittmann. Apparently, the water-injected wonder wasn’t up to snuff for Manhart’s exceptional 2020 catalog, which has introduced various high-performance platforms within the recent year. Now, the MH4 has been outfitted with a remapped ECU, intercooler, exhaust, and carbon-fiber intake, boosting the vehicle to an attractive 698-horsepower, and 723 lb-ft of torque. This marked increase is accompanied by a modified seven-speed transmission, Concave One wheels, and various aerodynamic accents, including a carbon splitter and rear wing. Unlike its predecessor, the MH4 GTR will be a one-of-one build. Head to Manhart’s website to learn more.
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