At the 2011 Frankfur Motor Show, many German tuners will be showing their latest creations. One of the most anticipated debuts is AC Schnitzer’s modified BMW 1-Series M Coupe, details and pictures of which were released today.
Visually, AC Schnitzer added a bunch of bodykit modifications including a twin sports rear silencer with chromed “Racing” tailpipes, carbon front spoiler, chromed front grille, carbon rear diffusor and AC Schnitzer design elements on the front wings.
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The interior also gets some upgrades including a painted center console in Valencia Orange, the AC Schnitzer ‘Black Line’ aluminum gear knob and handbrake handle and the ‘Black Line’ aluminum cover for the i-Drive system controller. You also get AC Scnitzer aluminum foot rest and pedal set, velour foot mats and AC Schnitzer sports steering wheel in alcantara.
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Wheel packages include 19 or 20-inch options from the Type VIII and Type V forged alloy wheels in BiColor, Type VIII and Type IV wheels in BiColor and Type IV.
Okay enough with all the visual parts – what about under the hood. AC Schnitzer engineers dialed up the output from 340-hp to 400-hp with a maximum torque of 413 lb-ft. That will allow you to go from 0 to 62 mph in 4.7 seconds (4.6 seconds to 60 mph) with a top speed of 186 mph (up from the 1-Series M Coupe’s 155 mph).
Not bad at all.
– By: Omar Rana