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AC Schnitzer unveiled the ACS5 model based on the new F10 BMW M5 at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show.
The ACS5 receives a significant power upgrade from the standard 560 horsepower and 502 lb-ft of torque to 620 horsepower and 582 lb-ft. To appeal to the true enthusiasts looking for the “ultimate roar” from their cars, the tuner enhances the exhaust sound via AC Schnitzer twin sports silencer with valve control.
As all previous AC Schnitzer upgrades, the M5 gets a new suspension spring kit and specially designed wheels, Type VIII in 21 inch and Type V and IV in 20 inch.
ACS5 features plenty of carbon fiber parts, starting with the front spoiler and rear diffusor. Other visual upgrades come via the chrome grille and roof spoiler.
The interior of the ACS5 has been upgraded as well with carbon fiber trim and blue accents that match the Magic Blue exterior color.
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