Even though the all-new BMW 4-Series’ design might be a tad controversial when it comes to its fascia, that’s not going to stop tuners such as AC Schnitzer from coming up with ways to make the car look more dynamic.
Some of AC Schnitzer’s parts for the all-new G22 4-Series Coupe are already available, while others are still in development. The entire aero program will be ready in February of next year.
The bits that are already available include the wheel/tire sets, featuring 19-inch and 20-inch AC1 light alloys, available in BiColor Silver/Anthracite or just Anthracite. The Spring kits meanwhile will lower your 4-Series Coupe by 30 mm (1.18 inches), while the Sports suspension shaves off some 20 to 30 mm (0.79 – 1.18 inches) too. Also available is the “Sport” tailpipe trim, either chromed, black or carbon.
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Inside, you get aluminum gear shift paddles, aluminum pedals and foot rest, plus a keyholder.
Now the bits that aren’t quite ready but should be before the market launch in February: front spoiler elements, rear roof spoiler, rear skirt protection foil, front splitter (with and without the spoiler elements), side skirts and the carbon rear spoiler.
As for the performance upgrades (for 430i and M440i) and custom exhaust, they’re both in the pipeline but have yet to exit the development stage.
The end result should be a more aggressive-looking product, which actually matches the image instilled by that massive front grille. Do you like this take on the G22 4-Series Coupe, or would you rather have it as stock?