Manhart is well known for its heavily tuned German cars and supercars. The tuner revealed its latest project based on the Porsche 991.2 Turbo S. The supercar has a twin-turbocharged 3.8-liter flat 6 engine that can produce 572 hp and 750 nm of torque and it's stock form. The car can hit 100 kph an hour in 2.8 seconds and reach the top speed of 330 kph.
On the first step, nine heart installed new intercoolers, a sport air filter, new exhaust system with valve control, and an aluminum intake. The tuner also remapped the engine control unit and upgraded the dual-clutch automatic PDK transmission.
As a result the 991.2 Turbo S now can produce 838 hp and 1,090 nm of torque this amount of power and torque allows the supercar to heat 100 km per hour in 2.4 seconds and reach the top speed of over 330 kph.
Manhart also upgraded the look with a new TR850 logo and set of 21-in multi-spoke wheels.
The tuner improved handling with a set of H&R springs that lowered the ride by 30 mm.