AC Schnitzer has officially pulled the wraps off a modified version of the BMW M4 Coupe at the 2014 Essen Motor Show.
According to the tuning company, the high performance two-door coupe model has received a new aerodynamic body kit, made out of carbon fiber, which includes the rear roof spoiler, the front spoiler elements, the rear diffuser, the side mirror covers and several other tweaks, to help it stand out. The model in question has also been fitted with a spring kit, which is lowering the ride height by 30 mm, while the racing suspension is doing the same by 35 mm.
The interior design of the vehicle hasn’t been left unchanged either and here we can now find the aluminum cover for the iDrive controller, the bespoke knob, the key holder, foot rest, aluminum pedal set, handbrake handle, the velour floor mats and so on. The tuning wouldn’t have been complete if the engine hasn’t been tweaked too, so the guys from AC Schnitzer have managed to provide the 3.0 liter TwinPower Turbo six-cylinder with a total of 510 HP (375 kW), from the standard 431 HP (317 kW). No pricing details have been announced yet.