The aftermarket specialists at AC Schnitzer have recently presented with their latest creation, an upgrade package for the 2012 Mini Cooper Coupe.
AC Schnitzer is actually a BMW tuning specialist, and since Mini is owned by the German based automaker, it was time for the tuner to create an upgrade package for it, and what better model to start with than the 2012 Cooper Coupe. As you can see from the images posted below this article, in the gallery, AC Schnitzer has chosen the “classic” way to upgrade the 2012 Mini Cooper Coupe, and a sleek look is just what this model needed, along with the improved performance.
According to AC Schnitzer, the 2012 Mini Cooper Coupe has a limited slip differential, aluminum strut tower brace, a rear axle antiroll bar, a height adjustable suspension, a high performance braking system, upgraded brake pads, improved handling and the company’s Mi2 BiColor 18 inch rims, or the Mi1 silver wheels size 17 inches. Besides all of these “goodies”, the model is also coming with a complete sport exhaust system with chromed racing tailpipe from the S and the John Cooper Works Coupe, a sticker set, aluminum pedals, foot rests and velours foot mats. The tuner also said that an engine upgrade is currently in the works but even so, we don’t know anything about it, just like we don’t know anything about the price for this upgrade kit.