BMW M850i ​​Convertible: Now more powerful than the M8 Competition thanks to Manhart

For all those who want to improve the performance of their 8 Series Convertible they can rely on Manhart and its new upgrade kit specially designed for the BMW M850i ​​Convertible .  The package includes a remapping of the ECU, updated turbochargers, a new intercooler and a sports air filter for the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine , as well as upgrades for the 8-speed automatic transmission.  Overall, the engine manages to develop 715 hp and 925 Nm of maximum torque compared to the 530 hp and 750 Nm offered as standard. This means that the BMW M850i ​​Cabrio by Manhart is now more powerful than the production M8 Competition which develops 626 hp and 750 Nm.  BMW M850i ​​Cabrio Manhart  The changes go beyond the engine As can be seen in the official photos, the high-performance convertible features a new Manhart-designed stainless steel exhaust system with valve control and four carbon or ceramic coated tailpipes. If desired, it is possible to opt for racing tailpipes without catalytic converter.  The braking system remains standard while the suspension has been upgraded with H&R springs that lower the car by 30mm. The Manhart MH8 700 Cabriolet , as the German tuner calls it, visually differs from BMW's M850i ​​thanks to the addition of carbon fiber spoiler lip, splitter and diffuser.  There is no shortage of 20 ”Manhart Concave One wheels paired with high-performance tires measuring 245/35 at the front and 275/30 at the rear. The black bodywork of the special M850i ​​Cabrio boasts golden inserts while inside there are carbon fiber inserts on the steering wheel and carbon fiber paddles. Unfortunately, Manhart did not disclose the prices for his new MH8 700 Cabriolet .

For all those who want to improve the performance of their 8 Series Convertible they can rely on Manhart and its new upgrade kit specially designed for the BMW M850i ​​Convertible .

The package includes a remapping of the ECU, updated turbochargers, a new intercooler and a sports air filter for the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine , as well as upgrades for the 8-speed automatic transmission.

Overall, the engine manages to develop 715 hp and 925 Nm of maximum torque compared to the 530 hp and 750 Nm offered as standard. This means that the BMW M850i ​​Cabrio by Manhart is now more powerful than the production M8 Competition which develops 626 hp and 750 Nm.

For all those who want to improve the performance of their 8 Series Convertible they can rely on Manhart and its new upgrade kit specially designed for the BMW M850i ​​Convertible .  The package includes a remapping of the ECU, updated turbochargers, a new intercooler and a sports air filter for the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine , as well as upgrades for the 8-speed automatic transmission.  Overall, the engine manages to develop 715 hp and 925 Nm of maximum torque compared to the 530 hp and 750 Nm offered as standard. This means that the BMW M850i ​​Cabrio by Manhart is now more powerful than the production M8 Competition which develops 626 hp and 750 Nm.  BMW M850i ​​Cabrio Manhart  The changes go beyond the engine As can be seen in the official photos, the high-performance convertible features a new Manhart-designed stainless steel exhaust system with valve control and four carbon or ceramic coated tailpipes. If desired, it is possible to opt for racing tailpipes without catalytic converter.  The braking system remains standard while the suspension has been upgraded with H&R springs that lower the car by 30mm. The Manhart MH8 700 Cabriolet , as the German tuner calls it, visually differs from BMW's M850i ​​thanks to the addition of carbon fiber spoiler lip, splitter and diffuser.  There is no shortage of 20 ”Manhart Concave One wheels paired with high-performance tires measuring 245/35 at the front and 275/30 at the rear. The black bodywork of the special M850i ​​Cabrio boasts golden inserts while inside there are carbon fiber inserts on the steering wheel and carbon fiber paddles. Unfortunately, Manhart did not disclose the prices for his new MH8 700 Cabriolet .

BMW M850i ​​Cabrio Manhart

The changes go beyond the engine

As can be seen in the official photos, the high-performance convertible features a new Manhart-designed stainless steel exhaust system with valve control and four carbon or ceramic coated tailpipes. If desired, it is possible to opt for racing tailpipes without catalytic converter.

For all those who want to improve the performance of their 8 Series Convertible they can rely on Manhart and its new upgrade kit specially designed for the BMW M850i ​​Convertible .  The package includes a remapping of the ECU, updated turbochargers, a new intercooler and a sports air filter for the 4.4-liter twin-turbo V8 engine , as well as upgrades for the 8-speed automatic transmission.  Overall, the engine manages to develop 715 hp and 925 Nm of maximum torque compared to the 530 hp and 750 Nm offered as standard. This means that the BMW M850i ​​Cabrio by Manhart is now more powerful than the production M8 Competition which develops 626 hp and 750 Nm.  BMW M850i ​​Cabrio Manhart  The changes go beyond the engine As can be seen in the official photos, the high-performance convertible features a new Manhart-designed stainless steel exhaust system with valve control and four carbon or ceramic coated tailpipes. If desired, it is possible to opt for racing tailpipes without catalytic converter.  The braking system remains standard while the suspension has been upgraded with H&R springs that lower the car by 30mm. The Manhart MH8 700 Cabriolet , as the German tuner calls it, visually differs from BMW's M850i ​​thanks to the addition of carbon fiber spoiler lip, splitter and diffuser.  There is no shortage of 20 ”Manhart Concave One wheels paired with high-performance tires measuring 245/35 at the front and 275/30 at the rear. The black bodywork of the special M850i ​​Cabrio boasts golden inserts while inside there are carbon fiber inserts on the steering wheel and carbon fiber paddles. Unfortunately, Manhart did not disclose the prices for his new MH8 700 Cabriolet .

The braking system remains standard while the suspension has been upgraded with H&R springs that lower the car by 30mm. The Manhart MH8 700 Cabriolet , as the German tuner calls it, visually differs from BMW's M850i ​​thanks to the addition of carbon fiber spoiler lip, splitter and diffuser.

There is no shortage of 20 ”Manhart Concave One wheels paired with high-performance tires measuring 245/35 at the front and 275/30 at the rear. The black bodywork of the special M850i ​​Cabrio boasts golden inserts while inside there are carbon fiber inserts on the steering wheel and carbon fiber paddles. Unfortunately, Manhart did not disclose the prices for his new MH8 700 Cabriolet .

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