The BMW M4 Convertible by AC Schnitzer it is based on the new BMW M4 Competition Convertible. With the arrival of this model on the market, the third body variant lands, which is incorporated into the brand’s new generation of high-performance sports cars. As you know, it has 510 hp (375 kW) of power and all-wheel drive M xDrive.
According to BMW, unobstructed access to sun and wind, as well as direct immersion in the open-air engine soundtrack, create a performance experience of standout intensity. It offers acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.7 seconds. Aesthetically, it sports better proportions than its predecessor and benefits from a soft top.
It is a model that stands out for its sports skills markedly improved, a new design language, an extensive refinement of its environment premium and pioneering driver assistance, control, handling and connectivity technologies. Now, some preparers begin to reveal their proposals.
It is the case of A.C. Schnitzer, which has just completed its aesthetic and mechanical package for the convertible. While it may seem inconspicuous at first glance, wait until you see what the auto aftermarket specialist has in store for us. What unfortunately we do not know are the prices, but they should not be cheap.
The BMW M4 Convertible by AC Schnitzer
AC Schnitzer’s BMW M4 Competition Convertible achieves a wilder, more aggressive look thanks to some exclusive elements. To begin with, the team of specialists worked on the suspension settings. This translates to a lower center of gravity of 25-30mm at the front and 20-25mm at the rear. RS adjustable suspension is also offered.
In the aerodynamic section we will find some improvements. It is the case of the splitter frontalthe side skirts, the new diffuser, canards aerodynamics, air intakes on the hood, a spoilers carbon fiber or a fixed rear spoiler. AC1 and AC3 forged wheels are available in 20 inch sizes and in various finishes.
Inside, the changes are more subtle. Revamped aluminum pedals, paddle shifters, a cover for the i-Drive controller and a key fob can be seen. The icing on the cake is put by a Exhaust system including a sporty stainless steel rear silencer. It has adjustable exhaust flaps and trims. They are available in various finishes.
As for the 3.0-liter six-cylinder twin-turbo engine, it now produces up to 610 hp (449 kW) and 750Nm of maximum torque. This is an additional 100 hp compared to the standard M4 Competition. They are achieved thanks to various modifications in the software of the ECU and the new exhaust system. The preparer has not provided the new performance figures.