Here is new toy from AC Schnitzer – the 2012 BMW 1-Series. Yup… the German tuning house seems can’t resist the charming aura of the BMW, right? The 2012 1-Series just fresh from the production line up and sits nicely on the showrooms waiting for the new owners. And AC Schnitzer knows that there is more than the German hatchback has already carries and that is the reason why they launch the customization program.
The customization program for the 2012 BMW 1-Series by AC Schnitzer consists of new rims with their customary design in sizes of 18 or 19. Other exterior upgrades are the stickers for the side sills and the end piece of the exhaust on a stainless steel form.
Step inside, the 2012 BMW 1-Series by AC Schnitzer applied an illuminated gear knob, aluminum pedals, aluminum pedals, handbrake handle, some aluminum trim for the iDrive controller. It’s not like we hate the overall look, but it seems like AC Schnitzer doesn’t not do its best to launch the customization program for the Bavarian hatchback. When we confronted the German tuner, they said that the aerodynamic parts for the body and suspension upgrades on the 2012 1-Series are on their way. Aren’t we glad to hear that? How about you? Share some of your thoughts on the comment box below.
Our eyes are indulged when we found out the AC Schnitzer is playing with the BMW 1-Series M Coupe. We all know how the BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan is a looker without a touch of aftermarket or tuning house. What makes the BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan has a place of itself is it carries rear wheel drive, and the pistons in engines can be installed in a V shape which is the classic signature of the Bavarian auto maker.
What AC Schnitzer did with the BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan is different from other tuning houses. They managed to pull it off, they successfully unveil the other side of BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan like we never seen it before. AC Schnitzer dresses the BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan so it can have its world debut at the 2011 Frankfurt Auto Show. So, what have the AC Schnitzer done with the BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan?
The BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan is looking aggressive than before because AC Schnitzer covered it up with carbon fiber. Yes… Carbon fiber is the most wanted ingredients to create stunning aftermarket vehicle. Moving on, the front chin spoiler and the new chrome lower grille make the BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan has fierce look.
The vents on the bonnet is not our favorite part on the BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan, but AC Schnitzer covers that mistake by giving their custom lightweight alloys in 19 and 20-inch sizes, plus a boot lid spoiler and diffuser which made from – what else – carbon fiber.
The interior of the BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan by AC Schnitzer offers a nicely seat stitching, painted center console, a sports steering wheels wrapped in Alcantara, Valencia Orange interior trim and an aluminum gear knob and handbrake. Curious about the power output? The BMW 1-Series M Coupe sedan by AC Schnitzer has 400 horsepower.