The German aftermarket specialists at AC Schnitzer have recently revealed the ACS5 Sport, based on the BMW M5, which will be officially presented to the public on the 6th of March, at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
According to the German tuner, the BMW M5, named the ACS5 Sport, is coming with an upgraded look, along with better performance compared to the standard version. The ride height of the ACS5 Sport has been lowered by 2.5 cm, and the model has been fitted with 21-inch alloy rims, which, along with the front and rear bumper and carbon diffuser are contributing to the improved overall look of the car.
Under the hood, the TwinTurbo V8 engine of the BMW M5, which is developing a total output of 560 horsepower and a peak torque of 680 Nm, has been taken to 620 HP and 790 Nm of torque. The ACS5 Sport by AC Schnitzer can now accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.1 seconds, which is actually 0.2 seconds faster than the standard model. The top speed has also been increased up to 305 km/h. More details on the BMW M5 ACS5 by AC Schnitzer will be announced at the Geneva Motor Show, when the model will be presented to the public.