If the BMW M8 Competition wasn't fast enough for you, how about this absolutely mental conversion by German tuner Manhart?
Manhart calls this road-legal weapon the MH8 800 and upgrades take the BMW M8 Competition's engine from 460 kW and 750 Nm to 605 kW and 1 050 Nm. This additional power sees the 0-100 kph claimed time drop from 3.2 seconds to 2.6 seconds. What's even more ballistic is the 100-200 kph which is decimated in just 5.7 seconds.
Visually, Manhart has given the M8 Competition a subtle bodykit with some gold detailing. Some 21-inch alloy wheels and a revised suspension setup with adjustable ride height round off the visual appeal. Inside, there's some carbon fiber on the steering wheel.
For those of you complaining that modern emissions regulations have ruined engine notes, Manhart has reworked the exhaust so you can hear that 4.4-litre twin-turbocharged petrol V8 engine sing the song of its people.
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