Already a serious canyon carver, Manhart has blessed the Bimmer with even more cornering prowess, thanks to a Manhart Variant 4 coilover suspension by KW Suspensions. This, says the tuner, provides improved handling and gives the car a lowered stance and a more menacing look.
Aside from the 21-inch Manhart ten-spoke wheels, the usually exuberant company has kept things surprisingly subtle. The signature racing stripes can be seen flowing over the roof and on the sides of the vehicle, but in a demure silver as opposed to the usual gold.
BMW’s blue and white roundel has made way for Manhart’s logo, while the “M5 CS” nomenclature has made way for the vehicle’s new model name: MH5 GTR. With just 1,000 or so CS units ever made, we’re guessing Manhart didn’t want to mess with a masterpiece too much.