AC Schnitzer specialists built 400-hp BMW 1-Series

AC Schnitzer Studio tuning specialists presented three-door hatchback version of BMW 1 the Series (F21), dubbed ACS1 5.0d.
Under the hood of a hatchback is located 3.0-liter V6 engine with three turbines. This motor is familiar on models the BMW M550d, the X5 and X6 M50d. The power unit makes 381 hp, but the tuners have brought it out to 400 “horses”, while torque has increased from 740 to 800 Nm.
With such a motor charged “penny” overcome the mark of 100 km/h from a standing start after 4.5 seconds. With further acceleration acceleration continues unabated, and to accelerate from 80 to 180 km/h requires tuning hatchback with 7.9.
The official premiere will be held on ACS1 5.0d tuning show in Essen, 2015. In addition, the company specialists AC Schnitzer developed a program to increase the capacity of standard engines for “1-series” but figures there, of course, is much more modest.

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