900 hp development that “takes” the BMW X6 deep: Manhart MHX6 Dirt²
The touch of the BMW X6 from the country of origin came at the expense of one of the most ambitious modification projects to date.
The momentum is ongoing as BMW is preparing to expand its product range for the SUV class with the X7. Finally, with the news that the X8 can be produced, the radar is on the mark, and the next process gives the message that it will hold the tempo that will not look these days. The reports on the official front are accompanied by projects of independent developers. These developments, which we face with the 6×6 project of X5 in the past days, are added to candidate MHX6 Dirt² to be among the most ambitious of all time today. Only five projects will be produced from the project, which is being misused by the German-based Manhart team.
Pistons and more
A couple of years ago, the team that developed the modification project on the BMW X6 is now unable to comprehend the work of “masterwork” after seeing what we are looking at. Starting from the development stage of the car under the bonnet, Manhart completely swept the pistons and piston arms together with the turbo. The result of the 4.4-liter V8 engine development, which was completed with a soft touch, was successful values such as 900 horsepower and 1,200 Nm of torque. Let’s not forget that the exhaust system has also been renewed at this stage. The performance values offered by the car after all these are in the cockpit views as well as curiosity for now.
In the first step, the beating factor; snorkel that we are accustomed to from models with heavy terrain capability on the outside. In addition, the 21-inch rim and the 305 × 40 BF Goodrich land tires are combined with the X6’s built-in LSD-type locked differential. In the project of using carbon fiber parts for weight gain in important parts such as air entrances and bonnet, the LED lighting on the dash and the structure in the rear part adds power to the appearance. A limited sample of five will be produced in 6 to 8 months, with the project expected to be offered at a price of € 395,000.