German tuner AC Schnitzer has released photos and detailed information with regards to its program for the new BMW M5 F10, which will make its world debut in Geneva. Specifically, the M5 is equipped with a twin-turbo 4.4-liter V8 engine tuned with an extra control unit to generate 620 PS (456 kW / 612 hp) and a torque of 790 Nm (582 lb-ft).
The figures are a bit lower than those of the G-Power M5, but still get a boost of 60 PS (44 kW / 59 hp) and 40 Nm (30 lb-ft). Top speed is at 305 km/h (190 mph).
The ACS5 has aerodynamic components including carbon front spoiler, rear spoiler, rear roof spoiler, carbon rear diffuser and chromed front grille. It features the ACS5 Sport logo and AC Schnitzer side graphics, and is completed with the "Magic Blue" and silver exterior finish.
The vehicle also features an engine cover, suspension spring kit and chromed twin sports exhaust muffler with sound volume valve control. It also includes AC Schnitzer Type V racing and forged alloy wheels in 20 inches, Type VIII racing forged alloy rims in 21 inches, and Type IV BiColor rims in the same size.
The interior boasts of the "Magic Blue" trim and steering wheel spokes. It also has an aluminum cover for the "i-Drive" system controller, floor mats in velours and aluminum pedals with matching foot rest.