AC Schnitzer took the new BMW 1 Series F40 to their shop for a series of tuning treatments. The first BMW 1 Series based on a front-wheel drive architecture has been lowered and given a much sportier look. Furthermore, the AC Schnitzer is also providing some aftermarket parts for 1 Series models without an M Sport package. For example, the suspension springs from Aachen, which bring the 1 Series closer and closer to the asphalt, provide a lowering of 25 to 35 millimeters.

The aerodynamic package also promises a higher degree of sportiness. There is a front splitter at the front, a rear roof wing and plenty of carbon fiber bits all around.

At the rear, the tailpipes are painted in Sport Chrome or Sport Black offering further differentiation from the regular 1 Series. A rear apron protective film and AC Schnitzer lettering on the side skirts are also available.

The 19-inch AC Schnitzer light-alloy wheels also make a significant contribution to a sportier appearance. The bicolor and Anthracite variants are available for different tastes and exterior colors.

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AC Schnitzer fans still have to wait for an increase in performance, but there is already a sports rear silencer for the BMW M135i.

Inside, the BMW 1 Series owners can spec their ride with AC Schnitzer’s aluminum gear shift paddles, pedals, footrest and key holder.

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