Manhart BMW 1M Coupe


German tuner Manhart announced a new package for the BMW 1M Coupe and this time they are not messing around, coming up with an output of 465 horsepower.

This car is called “MH1 S Biturbo”. The main focus once again was on considerably increasing the serial six-piston engine’s performance by biturbo charging. The first measure was optimising the factory-side motor software. Added to this was a completely new air guide incl. carbon airbox and new downpipes.

To cope with forced additional output, the technicians of Manhart Racing also installed a large charging air cooler and a larger water cooler. The end result is an overall output of 465 hp and a maximum torque of 600 Newtonmetres, leading to an added output of a full 125 hp. That definitely makes the little 1M a bit of a handful, but much more fun.

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Details in Manhart press release:

For nearly three decades, the name of Manhart Racing has been inseparably connected with the subject of motor tuning. Spectacular technology transplantations such as the V10-motor transplant from the M5 into the BMW Z4 or the Biturbo-V8 drive from the X6 M into the BMW M3 have essentially characterised the performance scene. Manhart Racing has recently changed its management and relocated its office rooms from Geilenkirchen to Wuppertal. The company’s genes, however, have not changed. At Manhart Racing, the focus is always on performance!

The resulting driving experience is impressive! The slightest touch of the throttle pedal is converted into direct forward thrust no matter the gear and the rotating speed . The output develops nearly linear, the speed hand is nearly as fast as the rotating speed and the MH1 S Biturbo accelerates his driver lighting-fast to give him the absolute thrill of speed.

To ensure that the MH1 S Biturbo is not only faster than its serial counterpart on straight roads, however, the Manhart technicians installed an additional KW Clubsport-chassis with special Manhart Racing alignment. The super-light MHR Concave One forged wheels rotate in the wheel housings of the MH1 S Biturbo; in size 9×20 in the front and 10.5×20 inch in the back, applied with Continental Sport Contact 5P-high-performance tyres in 245/30 ZR20 and 295/25 ZR20.

In addition to the performance conversions, Manhart Racing gave the 1 M-Coupé some visual improvements as well: A special MHR front spoiler ensures a little more output on the front axle. The MHR motor cowl and the MHR trunk lid of light-weight carbon reduce the car’s weight and a MHR tail diffuser leads to a little more output on the rear axle. The mirror caps are carbon as well.

Manhart Racing improved the interior with a set of BMW performance seats with embroidered MHR-logo and the known MHR additional display, onto which all important data, such as the maximum torque used, all motor temperatures and even acceleration values, etc. can be read on the push of a button.

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