The aftermarket tuning company Manhart has a new creation called the MHX6 700 that adds more power and a mild styling makeover to the BMW X6 M Competition crossover.
Under the hood, Manhart offers two upgrade options – an ECU remap or Manhart’s MHtronik auxiliary control unit. Both increase the X6 M’s twin-turbocharged 4.4-liter V8 to 730 horsepower and 900 Nm of torque. That’s a substantial increase over the SUV’s standard 625 hp and 750 Nm. Manhart provides additional stopping power via configurable braking system upgrades.
The crossover also gets a revamped suspension setup. H&R springs lower the ride height by 30 mm. Large 22-inch wheels with a satin black finish and gold accents fill the wheel wells.
The X6 M also receives a new body kit which includes front splitter, grille, side skirts, diffuser and a two-piece rear spoiler. The interiors get Manhart-branded floor mats and carbon trim throughout, including the gearshift paddles.