2012 BMW 650i Convertible by AC Schnitzer review and pictures

Posted on Saturday, 10 September 2011 , 13:09:44 byEmil

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BMW 650i Convertible by AC Schnitzer

Celebrating its premiere at the IAA in Frankfurt this year, the BMW 650i Cabriolet received a complete tuning range from Aachen company AC Schnitzer, boasting aerodynamic components previously unavailable in this form. Realizing the dream of an individual sporting vehicle, it is possible to fit the front spoiler, chromed front grille as well as chrome decor strips either individually or as a harmonious set. The eight-cylinder engine features a 0-100 km/h sprint in just 4.4 seconds and its power has been upgraded from the standard 407 HP to 540 HP. The power of the engine is demonstrated even when it is stopped, by the AC Schnitzer power plant and engine bay styling, while the 650i can be seen and heard from behind due to the twin sports rear silnecer comprising chromed "Sport Trim" tailpipe trims right and left. The AC Schnitzer suspension spring kit further assists the driving dynamics over bumps. The interior unveils high-quality and attention to detail with a sports airbag steering wheel, AC Schnitzer aluminium foot rests and pedals and the AC Schnitzer "Black Line" aluminium cover for the i-Drive system controller, all these giving the driver a strong feeling of exclusivity. Weighing a sensational 11.5 kg, the Type VIII forged alloy wheel in BiColor in 21-inch is a totally new addition to the range. The 2012 BMW 650i Convertible by AC Schnitzer will certainly not pass unnoticed as it is a strong presence between sky and road.