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AC Schnitzer Tunes BMW M6

Upgrading the style and performance of the M6 Coupe, Convertible and Gran Coupe

Annette Carrion
Jul 9, 2013

The Details:

• Claimed performance boost of 620 hp, 583 lb-ft of torque, top speed of 189mph
• Suspension spring kit lowers and provides a sportier look
• Weight-optimized 20- or 21- inch wheels
• Carbon-fiber components add visual appeal

2015 BMW M6
$111,900 Base Model (MSRP) 14/20 MPG Fuel Economy

AC Schnitzer, a German tuning company, disclosed its new styling and performance program for the BMW M6 Coupé, Convertible and Gran Coupé, which they claim will boost the V8 engine’s power to an output of 620 hp and, 582.7674 lb-ft of torque, with a top speed of 189.5518 mph.

The AC Schnitzer suspension spring kit provides a sportier look thanks to the lowering of the M6 (front 15 mm, rear 25 mm).

In terms of aesthetics, AC Schnitzer includes components such as a carbon front spoiler, chromed front grill, carbon rear diffuser and rear spoiler (Coupé only). A rear skirt film, emblem film and type designations are also available.

The AC Schnitzer sports rear silencer with twin chromed “Sport Trim” tailpipes is available with and without flap control, in conjunction with the carbon rear diffuser.

The interior of all three M6 vehicles by AC Schnitzer feature the "Black Line“ aluminum cover for BMW "i-Drive system controller“ (anodized black/matt), aluminum pedal set for left- and right-hand drive (anodized/matt), aluminum footrests (anodized/matt) and floor mats in velour are all available.

All M6 models include wide, weight-optimized 20- or 21- inch wheels. Type VIII (one-piece/multipiece/forged), Type V (forged) and Type IV wheels are available in various designs to transfer the power to the road through corresponding tires.

Further details and pricing here:

By Annette Carrion
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