AC Schnitzer ACS2 Sport based on BMW M235i Coupe

Article by Christian A., on August 29, 2014

The BMW M235i Coupe is already a fast car but AC Schnitzer want to push things even further and unveiled its customization program for the German coupe. So, if you are not satisfied by the standard 326 hp (240 kW) delivered by the 3.0-liter six-cylinder in-line petrol engine with M Performance TwinPower Turbo technology, AC Schnitzer can boost the output to 380 hp (279 kW).

In addition, the tuning company offers an AC Schnitzer high performance intercooler to ensure optimum cooling. Visual upgrades are available too and AC Schnitzer offers a new carbon front spoiler, carbon mirror covers, a carbon rear air diffuser and a rear roof spoiler.

Several wheel design options are available and AC Schintzer offers the Type VIII BiColor forged alloy wheels, Type VIII BiColor rims in black/silver/anthracite and Type IV silver or BiColor black rims. The wheels are available with diameters of 18”, 19” or 20”.

Interior design elements include a new gear knob with digital gear display, illuminated leather hear-knob or an aluminum “Black Line” gear knob. In addition, there is a “Black Line” aluminum handbrake handle, aluminum pedal set and foot rest, an AC Schnitzer keyholder and velour floor mats.

Other BMW 2-Series Coupe models can be upgraded too and according to the official press release, the tuning company can boost the 218d, 220d and 225d.

The vehicles can also be fitted with chromed “Racing Evo” tailpipe trim or the chromed “Sport” tailpipe trim, with a 90 millimetre diameter. Thanks to the new suspension spring kit, the vehicle can be lowered by 30-40 mm.

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