Video: AC Schnitzer BMW 6-Series Coupe

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AC Schnitzer is bringing their new BMW 6-Series coupe to the Essen Motor Show.

Tuning company AC Schnitzer has already revamped the BMW 650i convertible and presented it at the Frankfurt Auto Show earlier this year. The German tuners have returned with their take on the 650i coupe, better known as the 6-Series coupe, and it will make its debut at this year's Essen Motor Show. The Aachen-based tuners have given the coupe an aerodynamic body kit, complete with a new front bumper lip spoiler and a chrome bumper grille to finish the front-end.

The rear receives a diffuser, trunk spoiler and two wide chrome exhaust pipes. Performance was boosted on the 6-Series coupe by 131hp and 111 lb-ft of torque for a total output of 533hp and 553 lb-ft of torque. The German car now hits 62mph from rest in 4.3 seconds and can reach a top speed of 202mph.

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