MANHART Unveils MH2 GTR II: A One-of-One 715 HP BMW M2

2 months ago

MANHART, a renowned performance tuning company, has recently launched the MH2 GTR II, an exceptional one-of-a-kind upgrade of the BMW M2 (G87) which promises to surpass its predecessors in both style and speed. Limited to a single unit, this model follows the path of the original M2 GTR, emphasizing aggressive enhancements and superior technical prowess.

Outfitted with a vibrant magenta body and champagne-colored decals, the MH2 GTR II distinguishes itself with a formidable 715 hp and 626 lb-ft of torque, derived from a 3L S58 twin-turbo inline-six engine. This power boost is achieved through meticulous modifications including a MANHART ECU remap and a carbon intake, allowing the car to accelerate from 60 to 120 mph in 5.7 seconds.

MANHART has provided various exhaust options to complement the vehicle’s robust performance, including Sport-Downpipes with HJS catalysts and a stainless steel valve exhaust system — for both regulatory and customization purposes.

The exterior of the MH2 GTR II is as visually striking as it is performance-focused. The car features a variety of carbon attachments enhancing its aerodynamics, including a custom hood, grille, front bumper inserts and a large rear wing. These are accompanied by MANHART RFS-02 Forged Series wheels, paired with a low stance thanks to an optimized MANHART Variant 4 coilover suspension.

Inside, the car sports a roll bar and Schroth harnesses, both finished in champagne, echoing the vehicle’s luxurious yet sporty theme. The interior also boasts custom MANHART floor mats and a rear seat delete for weight reduction and increased cabin space.

Completing this high-performance package, the MH2 GTR II maintains the factory-standard brake systems, with an added personal touch of magenta-painted calipers, aligning with the vehicle’s bold exterior color scheme. While price and availability have not been publicly shared at the time of writing, MANHART does have a contact form open for those interested.…Read more by Arthur Parkhouse


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