BMW’s largest SUV has been given a makeover by the Bavarian tuning experts at Manhart. The seven-seater receives a power hike, revisions to its exhaust system, a reworked chassis and alterations to the design.
Turning the X7 M50i into a more menacing SUV, Manhart has added a front splitter, a rear diffuser and a gold decal set, the latter contrasting with the black body paint. A set of 23-inch Concave One alloys finished in silk matte black has also been fitted, along with four 100 mm carbon-fibre exhaust tailpipes.
Manhart has added its MHtronic control module to BMW's twin-turbo 4,4-litre V8 to increase peak outputs from the stock 390 kW and 750 N.m of torque to 500 kW and 820 N.m. A stainless steel exhaust is also part of the package.
To alter the X7’s handling, a 35 mm suspension lowering kit from H&R has been fitted. Brakes can be upgraded upon the customer's request...
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