BMW 5 Series Touring Gets AC Schnitzer Modification Kit
The German tuner has released a complex modification package for the 5 Series Touring, which targets the exterior, the interior, the suspension and the diesel engines.
The company has started its oil-burning playing session with the 2.0-liter unit found on the 520d, which has been tweaked to deliver 218 hp. This is followed by the 3.0 liter straight six found on the 525d, which now produces 245 hp. As for the 530d model, this now offers 286 hp, while the 535d king offers an almost Power War-worthy output of 360 hp.
Owners can also opt for a performance exhaust that comes with two types of tailpipes: “Racing”, which can be installed an all diesels except the 535d and the “Sports Trim”, which is offered for the 520d, 530d, 535d, as well as for the 535i and 550i petrol models.
The extra power is handled with the help of a new sports suspension that offers the driver more confidence through the bends. The vehicle can ride on a multitude of lightweight alloy rims that come in sizes ranging from 18 to 21 inches.
The F11 5 Series has been gifted with a bodykit that includes new bumpers, redesigned side skirts, a roof spoiler, as well as air vents for the hood. As for the interior, this has received a new steering wheel, carbon fiber trimming, as well as aluminum pedals and iDrive ornament.
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