BMW's latest sports sedan gets worked over by one of the best in the business.
BMW aftermarket specialists AC Schnitzer
has gotten its hands all over the new 3 Series with the release of a new program for the benchmark sports sedan. The ACS3 program focuses on extra power and added style along with improved aerodynamics for a fresh look and a more aggressive drive. Once Schnitzer is done with them, the 318d and 320d diesel plants now produce 171 and 218 horsepower, respectively, while the 328i and 335i have been augmented to 294 and 360 horsepower.
AC Schnitzer has also made available Type IV, VI and VIII wheel sets for the BMW, available in 18-, 19- or 20-inch diameters. The interior has also been upgraded with "Black Line" aluminum cover for the i-Drive system controller, several gear knobs, aluminum pedals and handbrake handle. New velour floor mats further distinguish the cabin from which to enjoy the tuner's take on BMW's latest sports sedan.