AC Schnitzer works its tuning magic on the BMW M4
All owners of the 2021 BMW M4 coupe may now choose from a wide range of exterior and interior accessories custom-tailored for it by AC Schnitzer.
The controversial front end of the German sports car gains an original splitter and side canards made of carbon fiber, which the tuner claims gives it improved aerodynamic performance in addition to just an extra pinch of visual aggression.
The list goes on to mention carbon side skirts, a neat spoiler lip at the rear and a rather prominent diffuser. As for the wheels, you could go for any of the available 20-inch forged designs on the list, preferably while also dropping the ride height by about 20 mm (0.8 inches) on both axles for maximum effect.
The interior modifications are all the usual fare: floor mats, pedal pads, paddle shifters – you know the drill. A power upgrade is in the works that should raise the output from 480 to 510 metric horsepower through the installation of a sports-grade exhaust system. The availability and pricing remain unknown, unfortunately.
Editor Andrew Raspopov
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