When the BMW M5 CS was introduced, it became the most powerful production BMW in the world thanks to the familiar 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 delivering a whopping 626 hp (467 kW).
Manhart Performance can now offer you the MH5 GTR which takes things up to 777 horses (579 kW) and 935 Nm (690 lb-ft). This was made possible through the use of Manhart’s in-house carbon air intake and MHtronik auxiliary control unit.
There is also a stainless steel exhaust system with valve control, which flows into four 100 mm tailpipes.
Handling of the Bavarian sedan has also been improved with their Variant 4 coilover suspension by KW Suspensions which also features significant lowering.
The changes are finished off with their typical styling and Manhart logos as well as some 21-inch silver-grey matte ten-spoke alloy wheels.
The Manhart MH5 GTR is limited to one unit only so if you want one, you cant have one.