Manhart has given the BMW M2 Competition a subtle makeover, new wheels and suspension, and more strength. The Manhart MH2 500 Limited coupe, based on the M2 Competition and outperforming the mighty BMW M4, is being introduced by the tuner.
The kit, dubbed the MH2 500, is limited to only ten examples, each with its own MHtronik control unit. The MHtronik control unit raises the 3.0-liter twin-turbo six-cylinder engine's power and torque from 404 HP and 550 Nm of torque to 511 HP and 700 Nm of torque.
The tuner did not specify how fast the BMW M2 Competition is with this update, but we should expect a few tenths of a second to be shaved off the regular car's official 0-100 km/h time of 4.3 seconds. Furthermore, given that the larger and heavier model has 503 HP and 650 Nm of torque, it will most likely outperform the current M4 Competition Coupe in straight-line acceleration.
Manhart has revised the vehicle's design with a body package inspired by the more extreme M2 CS. The carbon fiber front lip, diffuser, and boot lid bumper compliment the 920-inch front and 10.520-inch rear wheels, which are shod in 245/30 and 285/25 tires, respectively. It also has carbon tailpipes that are 100 mm in diameter and lies lower to the ground. The MH2 500 does not have any gold trim on the exterior, as the tuner opted for silver, which contrasts with the black shell.
Manhart applies some badging and an AK Motion monitor to the interior. This displays critical powertrain detail. It is housed in the driver-side central air vent, giving it a clean, integrated appearance on the dashboard. Manhart intends to manufacture just ten copies of the super-hot M2.