AC Schnitzer develops the new BMW 4 Series

AC Schnitzer develops the new BMW 4 Series
Would you like to buy a BMW 4 Series but 250 horsepower seems too little? The German tuner AC Schnitzer has the solution for you, a tuning kit dedicated to the new 4 Series.

AC Schnitzer has created this kit with a very specific goal in mind: to enhance the shapes of the beautiful German coupe thanks to refined details, and improved performance thanks to a light engine processing.

Let's start with the aesthetics: AC Schnitzer has chosen new 19 ″ or 20 ″ alloy wheels for the 4 Series, anthracie or silver. Thanks to the thinner spokes than the original ones, you can better admire the brake discs and calipers. The lowered suspension of 30mm gives the car an even sportier look, bringing it closer to the ground and improving road holding, also thanks to the installation of adjustable sports suspension that allows you to adapt the behavior of the suspension according to the style of guide and intended use. Finally, on the tail, we find new tailpipes, available in chrome, black, or carbon.

We now move inside, where AC Schnitzer has installed new levers on the steering wheel for the gearbox, as well as to new aluminum pedals. AC Schnitzer customers will be able to show off their personalized car starting from the key ring, created specifically for this model.

The range of modifications for the new BMW will be completed in February 2021 with aerodynamic accessories, such as splitter and side skirts, and even a spoiler to be installed in the rear, on the tailgate made of carbon fiber.

Unfortunately we have no information regarding the increase in power after processing by AC Schnitzer, but the German tuner has confirmed that it will include a 5-year warranty on the modifications, as well as homologation to drive without problems - at least in Germany.

The planned processing will undoubtedly further improve the performance of the new BMW 4 Series; in the past, AC Schnitzer's elaborations made it possible to gain almost 80 horsepower compared to the original engine, and we expect a similar increase in this case as well.