Looking to offer enthusiasts more options for customizing the new 2012 BMW 6-Series Coupe, AC Schnitzer will unveil its new tuning program for the 650i at this week’s 2011 Essen Motor Show in Germany.
AC Schnitzer claims that the ACS6 5.0i passes the 100km/h (62mph) yardstick in 4.3 seconds after take-off, compare to the standard model’s time of 4.9 seconds.
The tune continues with a lowered sports suspension, a new exhaust system and a beefier brake system with 8-piston calipers.
For the exterior, AC Schnitzer has designed a new front apron, a chromed front grille and matching fender trim pieces, a boot lid spoiler, and a rear apron that incorporates a diffuser. The ACS6 5.0i rides on new lightweight 21-inch wheels that the German tuner says are 30% lighter than the factory 20-inch rims tipping the scales at just 11.5kg (25.3 pounds).
On the inside, AC Schnitzer’s package includes a sports steering wheel, aluminum pedals and new trim accents.