You also get a host of off-road focused accessories such as a roof-mounted LED bar, a snorkel, a large bull bar and more…
To achieve the power upgrade, Manhart fits different turbos and a new intercooler.
This RR, in particular, makes use of the BMW-sourced 4.4-litre twin-turbo V8 which Manhart are very familiar with.
The standard OPFs have been removed which will certainly improve the V8 soundtrack.
If the factory output (404 hp; 302 kW) is getting a tad on the low side, the folks over at Manhart Performance can take it to an entirely new level with their MH2 630 offering.
In typical Manhart fashion, it has been treated to a black and gold theme with some large new wheels and a lowering kit.
The folks over at Manhart Performance decided the standard BMW M8 Competition was not potent enough so they have decided to create the MH8 800.
Visually we get the menacing black and gold theme with some 20-inch Concave One rims and a bunch of carbon fibre components to improve the styling and presence of the coupe.
The total kit makes use of 24 forged carbon components
Wrapping up the changes outside is a set of black 21-inch alloy wheels with additional spacers in the front axle.