Manhart has chosen to modify the BMW M2 in its infinite wisdom. In honour of its 30 years in the performance tuning industry, BMW decided that the fun BMW M2 wasn't powerful.
This BMW M2 has been modified to produce 621BHP
As a result, things have changed.
The Manhart MH2 630 has arrived.
Yes, it's a gold BMW that's been customised.
Prepare your best Austin Powers lines right now.
The metric horsepower, or 621bhp in actual money, is indicated by the last half of the name.
That's 250bhp more than a regular M2; a pumped-up littler vehicle that doesn't really need it.
Manhart accomplished this by removing the M2's 3.0-litre engine, which utilises M3/M4 pistons and bearings, and replacing it with the BMW M4's whole biturbo lump.
In its most basic configuration, it can produce 425bhp.
Then there were Manhart's own turbos and intercoolers, as well as a stainless steel sports exhaust, huge brakes, and carbon fibre accents.
The bonnet, front splitter, diffuser, spoiler, and sills are all counted.
Alcantara with gold contrast stitching, an Alcantara steering wheel, Recaro sports seats, and a customised display adorn the inside.
There are large wheels and tyres on the vehicle.
And there is gold, as you can easily see with your own eyes.
It's all over.
We don't know how much this conversion will cost, but we do know how quickly it will happen.
Clue: a lot.
Though traction might be a minor annoyance.
Regardless, let us know what you think of a customised gold BMW M2 in the comments section below.
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