Tuning studio Manhart has released a 635-horsepower sports BMW X4 M Competition

Tuning studio Manhart has released a 635-horsepower sports BMW X4 M Competition 1




The BMW X4 M was one of the last to be selected for inclusion in the Manhart Performance catalog. The German tuner presented his work on a sports crossover. A number of parts, carbon fiber, and engine improvements allowed it to become the Manhart MX 4 600.

The German coach did not change the original essence of the most powerful BMW X4 model but gave it a more aggressive look. And this was done on the basis of a large amount of carbon in the MHX4 600, with a special kit including eight aerodynamically optimized parts with a new spoiler on the front bumper, which adds a side skirt with very powerful air intakes, rearview mirror housings, and a new rear diffuser.

“The tuner has reinforced the presence of spoilers and a diffuser with a red line that stands out on the body painted in glossy black. The new items are equipped with a reduction in the height of the body by 30 mm to asphalt, thanks to new sports springs and multi-spoke alloy wheels, also painted black and with a red rim.”

The company offers a stainless steel exhaust system with 100 mm pipes and ceramic or carbon coating, which complement the new products.

The wheels are available in two diameters: 21 inches with 265/35 front and 305/30 rear tires, as well as 22 inches with 255/35 and 295/30 tires, which provides a powerful image in both cases.

The 510-horsepower 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged six-cylinder engine adds the MHtronik control unit, squeezing out at least 125 hp and an additional 135 Nm, bringing the X4 M’s performance to 635 hp and 785 Nm of maximum torque.

Tuning studio Manhart has released a 635-horsepower sports BMW X4 M Competition 3