Manhart’s New MHX6 700 WB Is A Boosted BMW X6 M Competition In Forged Carbon Widebody Kit.
Measuring 4.94 m in length, 2.02 m in width and 1.69 m in height, the X6 M Competition is a true performer on the road thanks to its 4.4-liter biturbo V8 engine that is tuned to deliver 625 hp of max output and 553 lb-ft of peak torque. Manhart, however, was able to wave its magic to make the M Competition version of the BMW X6 more muscular not just in terms of power, but also in looks.
The MHX6 700 WB wears a 24-piece widebody kit made of forged carbon, irregular fiber structure resulted to a marble-like appearance. The widebody kit include the radiator grille, front spoiler, exterior mirror housings, side skirts, two-part rear spoiler, rear diffuser as well as multi-part wing extensions.
Completing the exterior looks of the MHX6 700 WB are Manhart Concave One, double-spoke forged wheels (in satin black) measuring 10.5×22 at the front and 11.5×22 inches at the rear.
The interior of the MHX6 700 WB is styled to match the carbon fiber-rich exterior. In the front cabin, the MHX6 700 WB features irregular, short-fiber fabric on the dashboard, center console, door panels and certain sections of the M sports steering wheel. The material is also found on two-piece backrest shells and console trim of the sports seats. On the other hand, the rear cabin features a 12-piece Forged Carbon interior kit.
Would you take this tuned BMW X6 M from Manhart over a stock example from BMW?