AC Schnitzer 2011 BMW X3
The German aftermarket specialists from AC Schnitzer have revealed this week their tuning package for the 2011 BMW X3, featuring both performance upgrades and styling changes.
The X3 xDrive20d model has received an increase in power and it now outputs 218 PS (215 hp / 160 kW), up from the standard 184 PS. Under development is an upgrade program for the xDrive30d model, along with a stainless steel sports exhaust system for the models fitted with the 6-cylinder, 2.8- and 3.5-liter engines.
Design-wise, the styling kit developed by AC Schnitzer consists of a protective film for the rear skirt and as you can see from this video, the front spoiler of the car maintains its integrity quite well. On the inside, the tuning program consists of an aluminum gear knob that has a digital gear display, a sports steering wheel (with airbag), aluminum pedal set, i-Drive controller aluminum cover and branded velours foot mats.
Customers can choose from the long list of wheels available, like the Type VIII forged wheels for example, which measure 22 inches. These sets of wheels are capped off with a sports spring kit.
Source: AC Schnitzer via WCF
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