AC Schnitzer BMW 4-Series Details:
- World premiere at the Essen Motor Show from November 30th to December 8th, 2013
- Upgrades include engine, suspension, bodywork, wheels and interior
- A few exterior modifications include: twin sports rear silencers in stainless steel and two chrome exhaust pipes
- A few interior modifications include: gear knob with digital gear display and aluminum pedal set
The new BMW 4-Series is now the subject of AC Schnitzer's 'Tuning Crown,' striving for the perfect level
of modification on an already desirable car. AC Schnitzer is presenting the world premiere of the
modified 4-Series at the Essen Motor Show from November 30th to December 8th, 2013. Upgrades
include engine, suspension, bodywork, wheels and interior on the following models with corresponding
horsepower upgrades: 420i (to 245hp export version), 428i (to 294hp), 435i (to 360hp), 420d (to 218hp),
430d (to 309hp), and the 435d (to 360hp) all with AC engine optics included.
On the exterior, AC has given the 4-Series a slightly more aggressive edge adding twin sports rear
silencers in stainless steel, two chrome exhaust pipes in both "Racing Evo" and "Sport" styles, chrome
front grille (M-Technik vehicles), rear roof spoiler, rear spoiler and skirt protection foil. Finishing off the
look are Type VIII BiColor rims in black or silver, Type VIII forged alloys and forged racing rims in BiColor,
Type IV rims in silver or BiColor black, and Type VI rims in BiColor.
For the interior AC Schnitzer has added a gear knob with digital gear display and illumination in leather
or as "Black Line" aluminum gear knob, "Black Line" aluminum handbrake handle, aluminum pedal set,
AC foot rest, key holder and velour mats.
Finally for the suspension upgrades, AC had lowered the car by .98in for improved driving dynamics.