The Bmw M5 has been one of the most aggressive, powerful and performance sports sedans that has signed the M division in the history of the Bavarian brand, but this does not seem to be good enough for the AC Schnitzer company, who has gotten it to this new model and make it more extreme.
During the Essen Motor Show, the German preparer presented his latest creation based on the M5, improving more than all its exterior aesthetics, suspension, exhaust system and engine. Speaking of the engine, the M5 mounts a 4.4-liter V8 Twin-Turbo engine. which produces 591 HP and 553 lb-ft. of torque, but thanks to the improvements achieved 690 HP and 626 lb-ft. of torque.
In the suspension section, a new Kw V4 three-way adjustable kit is incorporated that allows adjusting both the height of the vehicle and the rebound of the custom shock absorbers, which allow to reduce the height by about 20-25 mm on the front axle and 10-15 mm on the rear axle.
In the aesthetic part, AC Schnitzer has a complete body kit that includes elements in carbon fiber such as side skirts, a front splitter, roof spoilers and a rear diffuser that fills the four 105 mm exhaust outlets each.
As an option, the customer can also request a larger rear spoiler for a more sporty touch. In addition to all this, a set of 21-inch forged alloy wheels with 275/30 front and 285/30 rear tires Continental ContiSportContact is mounted.See more from our Supercar Blog