AC Schnitzer is Ready for the new G82 BMW M4

It’s only been five minutes since the all-new BMW M4 went on sale, and tuners are already providing kits for it. The major tuners are expected to view the upcoming sports cars earlier than the rest. This gives them the opportunity to develop aftermarket parts in advance. So, if you’re a new M4 owner looking for a competitive advantage, AC Schnitzer offers some new parts especially for you. AC Schnitzer has a series of improvements for the M4 that you may acquire right now, or at least soon. In addition, they will be releasing soon some of their several components that are still in development.

An AC Schnitzer logos, carbon fibre rear spoiler, rear roof spoiler, rear and side skirt protection foil, and a new front splitter are available now or soon. However, these options are only for the exterior design. You can also choose from AC Schnitzer’s AC1 light alloy bi-colour 20-inch wheels and AC3 lightweight forged alloy 20-inch′ wheels if you want new wheels. In addition, a suspension lowering spring kit decreases the ride height by 15-20 mm in the back. A 20-25 mm in the front to let those wheels sit more flush in the wheel wells.

You’ll find shift paddles, pedals, a footrest, and a key holder on the interior, all in an aluminium finish. While the components above are primarily ornamental, don’t worry because mechanical and performance advancements are underway. The BMW M4 Competition will get an engine tune with a four-year warranty from AC Schnitzer. But they haven’t released power estimates yet. Nevertheless, AC Schnitzer will offer a stainless steel exhaust system with carbon fibre tips to complement the engine tuning.

An AC Schnitzer RS three-way adjustable coil-over suspension kit is also on the way if you’re on to lowering springs. The height, damper and rebound will adjust manually. Finally, additional exterior components are also en route. The rear fascia includes a carbon “Racing” rear wing with a gurney flap, a carbon fibre rear diffuser with a frame and a third brake light.

The all-new BMW M4 is indeed a very aggressive looking car. But if you want to spice things up, you can get the AC Schnitzer parts. It will make your ride sound and appear sportier than all the rest.

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