The biggest name in BMW tuning turns its attention to the latest Bimmer wagon.
has already released an aftermarket program for the current-generation BMW 3 Series sedan, and now the Aachen-based tuning house has just unveiled a new package for the wagon variant as well. The modifications start under the hood, where the 3 Series Touring's lineup of engines has been tweaked for more power. The diesel pair of the 318d and 320d now produces 171 and 218 horsepower, respectively. The gasoline 328i is expected to generate 294 horses while the 335i will crank out 360.
The boosts in power come courtesy of a new sports exhaust system with two chrome racing pipes, an ECU remap and several other tweaks. A new aero kit has been developed for both form and function, adding extra style to the wagon while making it more efficient on long drives. The kit includes new front and rear spoilers, a chrome grille and a rear skirt. AC Schnitzer has also lowered the suspension by as much as 25 mm, fitted to wheels ranging in size from 18 to 20 inches. The interior has also been upgraded with aluminum pedals and iDrive controller and more.