BMW M 135i gets 360 HP from AC Schnitzer

AC Schnitzer will be launching an upgrade program for the BMW M 135i this week at the Essen Motor Show.

In its standard configuration, the six-cylinder 3.0-liter engine produces 320 HP (235 kW) and 332 lb-ft (450 Nm) of torque, but after AC Schnitzer works its magic power is increased to 360 HP (265 kW) without increasing CO2 emissions.

They also have a custom suspension spring kit and various types of wheels in sizes up to 20 inches. A chromed "Racing" exhaust tailpipe is also available and a two-piece front spoiler. On the outside the M 135i can get a loading lip protection film, color-matched design stripes and a rear roof spoiler.

Moving inside there's an aluminum Black Line gear knob or you can choose the illuminated leather-wrapped gear knob. AC Schnitzer is also offering the Black Line aluminum cover for the i-Drive, another gear knob with a digital gear display, aluminum handbrake handle with chrome accents, custom velour floor mats and an aluminum foot rest.

Check out the source link below to read about upgrades for the 118i, 118d and 120d.

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Tags 2012 essen motor show, ac schnitzer, bmw m 135i, bmw m135i, m 135i, m135i