In case you thought the BMW M235i was nowhere near as aggressive-looking as you wanted it to be, this widebody kit from Manhart should do the trick.
While this model still isn’t as attractive overall as the recently launched M2 Coupe, the M235i remains a very fast compact car, capable of reaching 100 km/h (62 mph) in just 4.6 seconds as long as you go for the xDrive Coupe automatic version.
Compared to the M2, it’s not as quick, though some might argue that the difference is negligible, especially when tuners such as Manhart can bump performance from 326 PS to 430 PS and get peak torque to rise all the way to 592 Nm (436 lb-ft).
Top speed is somewhere north of 300 km/h (186 mph), which can be characterized as more than enough for a car this size. We also know that the Manhart MH2 400 comes with a completely revised suspension system, new brakes, new wheels, and a Recaro Pole Position full-shell seats with four-point harnesses.
All of a sudden, the M2 might not seem that imposing anymore, and if you stop to consider this wide-body kit look which lots of people can appreciate, it’s hard to argue against this car’s overall aggression credentials.