At tomorrow's Moto Show in Geneva German tuner AC Schnitzer will present a modified version of the BMW, which is definitely on steroids. In anticipation of the official announcement is believed that this project is based on BMW's M235i coupe, and bears the name ACL2.
According to the information that exist under the hood should have an engine that develops 570 hp and more torque, so it is still a mystery whether he retained the original three-liter engine or installed larger 4.4-liter V8. Sports exhaust system with special catalytic converter combined with AC Schnitzer Racing EVO Carbon tailpipes will provide a unique sound. Acceleration from 0-100 km / h takes 3.9 seconds and top speed reaches 330 km / h.
The new AC Schnitzer ACL2 brings sports body kit where the aerodynamic extended wheel arches with extensions on the front, with air outlet openings and the wheelarches and three air deflector wings on each side, front spoiler, carbon bonnet with black wents, side skirts, carbon rear diffuser, carbon racing rear wing with Gurney flap, a new sports suspension, more powerful carbon brakes (on front 400mm disc with 6-pot fixed caliper and 380mm rear disc with 4-pot caliper), and a set of five pointed alloy wheels (red anodised / polished).
The interior of the AC Schnitzer ACL2 is completely restyle, which shows green and perforated Nappa leather, 3-spoke sports airbag steering wheel also wrapped in Nappa leather, carbon racing bucket seats, aluminum details on the pedals and door handles, as well as the ACL2 logo placed on visible place.