BMW AC Schnitzer performance, tuning and styling at its very best!

Performance, tuning and styling | BMW AC Schnitzer at its very best!

Originally founded by Willi Kohl and Herbert Schnitzer in 1987 and based in Aachen, Germany. An exclusive method of engineering known as AC Schnitzer was formerly used in motorsport to improve the performance, tuning and styling of vehicles whilst out on the track. Since then, their unique techniques have transferred into mainstream every day vehicles and have allowed for the upgrade to both BMW and BMW Mini vehicles so that they can be more elaborate in terms of their performance, tuning and styling.

What does AC Schnitzer offer in terms of performance, tuning and styling?

Performance – The distinctive two-cylinder exhaust or the installation of a suspension upgrade are just 2 of the options available in not only improving your vehicle’s performance, but also in its distinguished look.

Tuning – Applicable to both petrol and diesel engines, the refinement of the vehicle’s tuning is incredible in that it allows the car to be more responsive when accelerating and breaking, allowing the driver’s vehicle handling to feel more in control at a higher speed.

Styling – Upgrading on interior and external styling with AC Schnitzer, delivers a high end look which is remarkably distinctive.  Using aluminium, leather and carbon fibre materials, the AC Schnitzer product range offers steering wheels, pedals and hand-brake levers or interior mouldings and cladding, for a more customised look to the vehicle.

As your West Midlands certified AC Schnitzer installer, our experienced team are on hand to discuss your requirements and improve the customization of your BMW or BMW Mini vehicle for that ultimate unique and bespoke look which will see your vehicle turning heads in admiration from other drivers.  For more information on booking an AC Schnitzer upgrade to your BMW or BMW Mini vehicle or discuss your customization ideas, please contact us at www.stourbridgeautomotive.co.uk.

 

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