Anyone familiar with the BMW performance scene has heard of the German tuning company Manhart. Manhart is known for their off the wall builds, such as the “MH2 630”, which is a highly modified M2, utilizing the S55 motor from the M4.
Earlier this year BMW rolled out the X3 M and X4 M along with their M Competition variants. The production of these M variants started in April, but Manhart has already got a-hold of the X3 M SUV and named it “MHX3 600”.
The X3 M is sporting the S58 engine, which is also being packed into the next generation M3. But this twin turbo inline-six has been tuned by Manhart to make more than its stock 510 crank horsepower. It now makes 650 wheel horsepower and 570lb-ft of torque.