2012 BMW 1-Series by AC Schnitzer

Tuning

AC Schnitzer has released a very similar aftermarket program for the BMW 1-Series.

AC Schnitzer has given the BMW 1-Series a familiar aftermarket program. Actually, it is an almost identical aftermarket program the Germans have given the BMW X3 and the 5-Series. Along with similar 18- or 19-inch wheels to the previous aftermarket programs, the 1-Series also features a similar exterior color. New aerodynamic pieces along with a new exhaust system are also in the works for the car known in-house as the F20. The engine is set to be tweaked as well, however the German tuners are keeping the details hushed for now.

Where the 1-Series differs the most is on the interior. The four-door model features an illuminated gear knob, handbrake handle, aluminum pedals and aluminum cover for the iDrive controller. No pricing information has been released as of yet for AC Schnitzer's aftermarket program on the BMW 1-Series.

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