Manhart Racing has recently announced that the MH5 S-Biturbo will be officially presented to the public soon, in a three-stage upgrade.
According to the German aftermarket specialists at Manhart Racing, the MH5 S-Biturbo will be based on the new BMW M5 and the powerful vehicle will come in a three-stage upgrade. The Manhart Racing MH5 S-Biturbo will be available with a new adjustable coilover suspension, which will be able to reduce the ride height by 35 mm in front and 30 mm in the rear, along with a new sports exhaust system and a fresh set of 20 and 21 inch rims in the front and at the rear.
Manhart Racing says that the MH5 S-Biturbo will be available, at first, with the Stage 1 tuning package, which will allow the standard 4.4 liter V8 twin-turbo engine, of the new M5, to develop a total output of 624 horsepower and a peak torque of 780 Nm (575 lb-ft), 72 HP and 100 Nm of torque (74 lb-ft) more than the standard version. Two more stages will also be offered, with the second one to allow the model to generate 661 HP and the third one will come with an impressive 725 horsepower. More details on the Manhart MH5 S-Biturbo will be announced soon.