Manhart’s Latest SUV Introduced Based On The BMW X6

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Manhart's tuning company from Germany have worked on the BMW X6 Competition to boost its power and visual.

Manhart's upgrades begin under the hood, where it can either remap the stock ECU or install a new MHtronik auxiliary control unit to boost horsepower and torque to 730 hp and 900 Nm.

A stainless steel exhaust system with valve control and four 100 mm tailpipes in carbon fiber or ceramic finish is standard on the BMW X6 Competition. Customers can also order race downpipes without catalytic converters and have the fuel particulate filter removed from the optional pipes.

The tuner claims it can modify the SUV's braking system, however, no details have been provided.


A new front splitter, a unique radiator grille, bespoke side skirts, a two-piece rear spoiler, and a diffuser are among the cosmetic alterations. Carbon fiber is also used for mirror covers and side louvers. Other notable features include a pair of H&R lowering springs, Classic Line-Y-spoke wheels in satin black with gold accents, and 295/30 tires.

A number of interior changes have also been made, including forged carbon fiber inserts on the center console, steering wheel, dashboard, and door panels.

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