The 3.0-liter twin-turbo straight-six in the CSL has been upgraded from the conventional 542 horsepower to a far more adequate 692 horsepower.
Manhart MH4 GTR II
The updated ECU and free-flowing stainless steel exhaust system have also increased the torque to 649lb ft.
We aren't informed as to how those new numbers affect the performance of the M4 CSL, but the'standard' model wasn't exactly slow to begin with, and the engine hasn't been our main beef with the special version.
Sadly, it appears that Manhart has not removed any more of the 1,625 kg kerb weight.
In fact, the eye-catching new bodykit and the countless winglets have probably marginally improved it.
Although the brakes can be altered at the customer's request, this specific sample is using the typical CSL configuration.
However, there are new height-adjustable coil springs from the suspension experts at H&R and new 20-inch forged wheels.
The finished product is called the Manhart MH4 GTR II, and inside are four-point racing harnesses with the Manhart logo coupled to a new Clubsport roll cage.
Additionally, we are informed that a carbon fibre helmet that matches the MH4 is included.
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