Manhart released new details on the BMW M135i tuning kit, a package revealed few months ago. Seen in world premiere at the Essen Motor Show, the German model benefits from a 3.0-liter engine producing 405 horsepower and 560 Nm of torque.
The company opted for a sports exhaust and a revised ECU in order to squeeze the extra 85 horses and 90 Nm of torque. This package is compatible with both rear- and all-wheel drive versions of the model.
At the exterior, the model gets 19-inch alloy wheels, a black finish with contrasting yellow touches, Michelin Super Sport tires, carbon fiber mirror caps, new diffuser and a revised braking system.
Inside, you will get Alcantara upholstery, carbon/aramid inserts, BMW Performance seats and leather trim.
“The external appearance of the MH1 400 is perfected by a smooth-blending BMW M-Performance rear spoiler and an exclusive full wrapping in “longitudinally polished aluminum in matt black”,” adds the tuner.