Manhart Performance Atelier distributed the first information about the tuning program of the “charged” BMW M5 sedan (F90), which provides for changing the appearance of the car and finalizing its technical stuffing. On the published rendering, the modification of the model, while known as MH5 800 Concept, has a front splitter, a black radiator grille, and a ventilated hood, and light alloy wheels of special design are installed on the wheels. The exterior of the modified M5 BMW underlines the yellow inserts, which can be seen both from the front and from the side on the doors. Plus, the sedan received carbon rearview mirror housings and a small rear spoiler. Tuners from Manhart note that they are ready to increase the output of the 4.4-liter V8 with two turbines from the original 600 to 800 hp. The company is not yet ready to name the dynamic characteristics of the MH5 800, but there is no doubt that this option will be much faster than the source code, which is gaining a hundred from a place in 3.4 seconds.