The AC Schnitzer team has another surprise for you. They’ve unveiled their new tuning program for the BMW 2-Series Coupe. On the outside, the car can be equipped with numerous carbon fiber components, such as a front splitter, a rear diffuser and mirror caps. Customers may also opt out for a roof spoiler, a sports exhaust system and a variety of 18- to 20-inch alloys.
Furthermore, your BMW might be featuring a sport or adjustable racing suspension, which will reduces ride height by 30-40 mm. Inside the cabin, AC Schnitzer added an aluminum handbrake handle, velour foot mats, alloy pedals and various gear knobs. At the heart of the BMW, the 3.0-liter TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder engine can be upgraded to develop 380 PS (279 kW). As a result, 0 to 100 km/h is dealt with in less than 5 seconds.
Please note that the tuning garage will provide performance upgrades for the diesel-powered variants, as well. The 218d can be tuned to produce 171 PS (126 kW), while the 220d 218 PS (160 kW) and the 225d can be upgraded to 258 PS (190 kW). So, which do you prefer?