Manhart forges the BMW M2 CS into track weapon shape
Moments ago, we reported about Top Gear host Chris Harris and his lack of interest in the BMW M2 CS for daily driving. While some of us will relate to the notion of having too much power in a car, others will scoff at it and go looking for options. It is for these individuals that Manhart prepared its latest upgrade kit.
The German tuner took a standard BMW M2 CS (see video) and crafted a track projectile out of it named MH2 GTR. Typical racing cues include a large rear wing, flared fenders, and an intricate livery that successfully combines BMW M colors with dark carbon fiber accents.
Things get even wilder under the hood, where the stock engine normally rated at 450 PS (444 hp / 331 kW) and 550 Nm (406 lb-ft) of torque gets a push to 600 PS (592 hp / 441 kW) and 830 Nm (612 lb-ft). Prominent mods include a new turbo kit, an intercooler, a carbon-fiber intake system and a high-flow exhaust.
Rounding things off are H&R springs and Manhart alloys wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 rubber.
The entire package will set you back €18,907.
Editor Andrew Raspopov