After making its official debut at Essen, the X6-based AC Schnitzer Falcon is preparing up to shock the crowd at the Geneva Motor Show as well.
The ostentatious Bavarian mid-size luxury crossover is a vulgar machine in its own right, and AC Schnitzer’s customization program doesn’t make it appear less flashy. Offering various technical and visual upgrades for the SAC, the tuning company managed to transform it into an impressive, beefy sporty vehicle, with every engine option delivering well over its stock output.
The 30d variant, for instance, remains the least powerful of the bunch, although it now produces 309 PS instead of 258, leaving the competition in the dust (at least according to AC Schnitzer). Moreover, the m50d variant received a 49 PS bump over the already hefty 381 PS output, while the M variant went from 575 PS to an eye-watering 650 PS.
All this grunt is wrapped in an aggressive visual-package, composed of ten pieces, tailored to emphasize the vehicle’s potent mechanical characteristics, widened by 50 mm in the front and 90 mm widened in the rear.
Lowered by a noticeable amount by the AC Schnitzer suspension spring set, the Falcon provides additional precision and control. Additional stability is offered by a selection of 20 and 22-inch weight-optimized alloy wheels.