/AC Schnitzer BMW M4 Descends on Geneva

AC Schnitzer BMW M4 Descends on Geneva

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The magnificent AC Schnitzer BMW M4, undoubtedly one of the finest tuned versions of the German sports car, will celebrate its world premiere at the Geneva Motor Show tomorrow. We have seen this car in official pictures before, but the Geneva-bound car sports a more prominent body kit which makes it look even more aggressive.

Compared to the first version, AC Schnitzer BMW M4 now comes with a new front spoiler complete with carbon front side wings (one pair on each side), and a tall, fixed, GT3-style rear wing. AC apparently saw Hamann’s take on the M4 and decided they too need a bigger rear wing!

After the styling work was done, the tuner set about upgrading the twin-turbo straight-six engine in the M4 with a new ECU map and a custom exhaust system which comes in two Sport and Racing Evo versions. Thanks to these changes power has gone up from 430 to 510 horsepower and the torque from 550 to 645 Nm.

Other parts of the AC Schnitzer BMW M4 upgrade program include sport lowered suspension, a wide range of sport wheels, and some interior goodies including branded floor mats, sport pedals, and unique gear shifter and handbrake lever.

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