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Geneva Preview: AC Schnitzer ACL2

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BMW specialist AC Schnitzer has dropped the first pictures and a teaser video for their 2016 Geneva Motor Show special dish – a car they call AC Schnitzer ACL2. This track-ready, wide-body 2-Series BMW is most likely based on the M235i, seeing as it’s too soon for any tuner to come up with such a substantial package for the new M2.

Not that it makes a huge difference, of course. BMW M2 is just a tarted up version of the M235i. They both share the same 3.0 liter straight-six turbocharged engine which the boys at AC has upgraded here to 570 horsepower. That gives the AC Schnitzer ACL2 a power to weight ratio of 2.54 kg/hp.

Being primarily a track car, AC Schnitzer ACL2 is also fitted with a wide and extreme aero kit featuring a massive front splitter, side skirts, fender extensions, rear diffuser with quad tailpipe arrangement, and an adjustable GT rear wing. A vented bonnet, a set of large AC wheels, a weird leather steering wheel, sport seats, and a cool green paint job garnished with red details are among the other highlights.

Check out the official photos of the ACL2 and stay tuned for more details:

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