German tuner AC Schnitzer was in charge of turning the BMW X4 into a police car as part of the TUNE IT! SAFE! Initiative by the Association of German Vehicle Tuners.

German tuner AC Schnitzer was in charge of turning the BMW X4 into a police car as part of the TUNE IT! SAFE! Initiative by the Association of German Vehicle Tuners.

It's actually their fourth vehicle of this kind after the 2009 BMW 123d Coupe, 2010 MINI E and last year's BMW 428i Coupe. For 2014 they focused on the BMW X4 in the 20i guise and they bumped output of the four-cylinder 2.0-liter turbo engine from 184 HP (135 kW) to 245 HP (180 kW). Thanks to these changes, the X4 now runs the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint in 6.7 seconds while the 50-112 mph (80-180 km/h) sprint is done in 17.5 seconds before hitting a top speed of 132 mph (212 km/h).

Aside from the police livery and power bump, AC Schnitzer has installed an aerodynamic body kit, 22-inch anthracite alloys with 265/30 R22 Hankook Ventus S1evo tires and a custom suspension spring kit lowering the crossover by 30mm front & 25mm rear. Also on the menu are chromed exhaust pipes, carbon fiber mirror covers, Hella flashing lights, special police RTK 7 signaling system while on the inside there are velour floor mats, aluminum pedals & foot rest, custom key holder and a different handbrake handle.

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BMW X4 gets police livery from AC Schnitzer [video]