SEMA 2011 AC Schnitzer ACS6 Coupe

AC Schnitzer released their program for the 2012 BMW 6-Series Coupe at the SEMA Motor Show 2011 in Las Vegas. The package is similar to the ACS6 Convertible we drove a few months ago and which was released at the IAA 2011 in September.

It is the first time we see the full program fitted to the 2012 BMW 6-Series Coupe. The black coupe displayed in the US received interior, exterior and technical upgrades.

The appearance has been made more aggressive by installing a new front spoiler, chromed front grille and chrome decor strips. The rear skirts inserts and loading lip protection film give the bodywork of the 6-series coupe a finishing touch. On the inside you will spot a new steering wheels and aluminum parts.

The technical upgrades include a high performance brake system, a twin sports rear silencer with chromed “Sport Trim“ tailpipe trims right and left, and an engine upgrade upping the performance from 407 horsepower to a more impressive 540hp. The torque of the V8 is increased from 600Nm to 750Nm.

AC Schnitzer ACS6 Coupe is capable of accelerating from 0 to 100km/h in 4.4 seconds. Additionally, the top speed is increased to 310km/h.

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