2012 BMW 6-Series Coupe By AC Schnitzer: Official Info and Specs

AC Schnitzer was appearently not satisfied with the improvements the BMW 6-series received in time, since it decided to come up with a new version of the car. We are thankful for that.

The exteriour has been considerably changed, the car receiving a new front spoiler, a chromed front grille, and chrome strips which can be fitted either as a set or individually for the front of the vehicle. This is in the front. The back got a new rear spoiler, a rear skirt insert, and a loading edge protector film. What completed the look was a new set of 21″ Type VIII Racing Forged alloy wheels in BiColor. Most of these changes were done in order to improve the 6-Series Coupe’s aerodynamics for better performance.

The interiour comes with many modifications an d upgrades, like a sports airbag steering wheel, an AC Schnitzer “Black Line” aluminum cover for the i-Drive System Controller, aluminum foot rest and pedals, and velour boot and foot mats.

Finally, the engine. AC Schnitzer managed to modify the standard version of the 6-Series Coupe, which is a 4.4-liter V-8 engine that develops a total of 400 HP and 450 lb-ft of torque, increasing the total output to an impressive 540 HP. This leads to a 0 to 60 mph sprint time of 4.3 seconds, an improvement over the standard 4.8 seconds.

The icing on the cake is the twin sports rear silencer with chromed “Sport Trim” tailpipes on the right and left offered by the tuner, to help the 650i really stand out in a crowd.

Unfortunately, prices aren’t yet available, but we will keep an eye on this.

Source: TopSpeed

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