Manhart unveiled the Defender DP 500

Manhart unveiled the Defender DP 500

German performance car tuner Manhart showed off the second of ten copies of its Defender DP 500, which is based on the Land Rover Defender 110 P400 AWD. That has changed in a big way. Manhart says that it has turned this legendary off-road beast into an SUV that drives as well on paved roads as a saloon or hatchback. For more news, check out Unmotivated World.

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The company used what it knew to tune the stock 3.0-liter, 6-cylinder, turbocharged gasoline engine in the Defender 110.

It has a power output of 394 bhp and a torque of 550 Nm. But Manhart Defender DP 500 has changed the software that controls the engine and put a performance exhaust system on it. As a result, it has 505hp and 710Nm. The 5.0-liter V8-powered Defender, on the other hand, has 518bhp and 625Nm of torque.

The Defender DP 500 is black and has a shiny finish. It has big 295/30 ZR 24 section tyres on top of the light grey forged alloy wheels that are 12 inches by 24 inches. To match the glossy black paint on the outside of the car, the radiator grille and fender flares are also black.

For people who like to go off-road, Manhart also sells 22-inch alloy wheels with 295/40 ZR 22-section tyres. Inside, the seats are a high-contrast two-tone black and silver grey Alcantara and leather.

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