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First Photos: AC Schnitzer BMW X3

BMW X3 | November 20th, 2010 by 7
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Press Release: First Special Parts for the New BMW X3: AC Schnitzer Wheels and Interior Accessories. The introduction of the 2nd edition of the BMW …

Press Release: First Special Parts for the New BMW X3: AC Schnitzer Wheels and Interior Accessories.

The introduction of the 2nd edition of the BMW X3 is more than just an update of an “old” model, because the new X3 has clearly more to offer than its predecessor. In fact it’s really in a class of its own. Everything is new, better, bigger and more beautiful.

We’re delighted to welcome the latest addition to the BMW family, and – punctually for the official launch – we can already offer a wealth of AC Schnitzer wheel and tyre combinations and some further accessories.

First Photos: AC Schnitzer BMW X3

Even the dimensions of the BMW X3 have grown perceptibly. As BMW put it: “Pleasure finds its form”, both outside and in the interior. But if you’re concerned that the larger vehicle dimensions have been obtained at the cost of looks and style, you’ll soon be reassured. All in all, the new BMW X3 has simply grown up.

At the moment, the engine range comprises the familiar petrol units, the xDrive28i and xDrive35i, and the diesel, the xDrive20d. Of course we are working at full speed on a complete AC Schnitzer range for the new BMW X3 in all areas of the vehicle. We are planning performance upgrades, a sports rear silencer and tailpipe trims, optimised suspension and further accessories for the interior.

[Source: AC Schnitzer ]

  • pimeto

    The same ugly headlights….. only rims, ffs. What are they selling here ?

  • viper

    they really are one of the if not the WORST tuner out there….what the hell is this ugly rims is that it?

    • BIMMER1

      You’re kidding right? The worst tuner ever, really? I guess that’s why BMW allows their parts to be sold in over 700 BMW dealers across the world. They are basically the Dinan of Europe/Asia. And although not the same company, they do share ties with Schnitzer Motorsport. But hey, they’ve only won a few races in their time including this years 24hrs at the Ring, so what do they know?

      Championships Won
      1978 Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft (Harald Ertl, BMW 320i Turbo)
      1983 European Touring Car Championship (Dieter Quester, BMW 635CSi)
      1986-1988 European Touring Car Championship/1987 World Touring Car Championship (Roberto Ravaglia, BMW M3)
      1989 Deutsche Tourenwagen Meisterschaft (Roberto Ravaglia, BMW M3)
      1989-1991 Italian Touring Car Championship (1989: Johnny Cecotto and 1990-1991: Roberto Ravaglia, BMW M3)
      1993 British Touring Car Championship (Champion: Joachim Winkelhock and Runner-up: Steve Soper, BMW 318i)
      1995 Japanese Touring Car Championship (Steve Soper, BMW 318is) and 1995 Super Tourenwagen Cup (Joachim Winkelhock)
      2001 American Le Mans Series GT (Jörg Müller, BMW M3 GTR V8)

      Major Races Won
      1976 1000km Nürburgring (BMW 3.5 CSL)
      1988-1991 Wellington 500 (Roberto Ravaglia, Emanuele Pirro, Johnny Cecotto, Joachim Winkelhock, BMW M3)
      1991 24 Hours Nürburgring (BMW M3)
      1992 Guia Race (1–2–3 finish, Winner: Emanuele Pirro, Runner-up: Joachim Winkelhock and Third: Roberto Ravaglia, BMW M3 Evolution)
      1998 24 Hours Nürburgring (BMW 320d)
      1999 24 Hours of Le Mans (BMW V12 LMR)
      2004-2005 24 Hours Nürburgring (1–2 finishes two years in a row, BMW M3 GTR V8)
      2010 24 Hours Nürburgring (BMW M3 GT2)

  • http://www.bmwblog.com Shincai

    You both suck
    I like those rims!

  • StraightSix

    American rappers got something new to buy.

  • Ruslan-Kz

    Good rims. AC Schnitzer is the great tuninger. But they could’n make X3 nicer. Mission impossible.

  • BIMMER1

    I have to say, I wish they would have never changed their wheels. The old wheel styles were much more tasteful.

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