Studie Japan has always been on the forefront when it comes to BMW tuning. Both Hamann and ACS give them first priority on basically all the newest parts. Here is their version of the AC Schnitzer E89 Z4.
Hood vents have been added while the side fenders have been modified a little.
The crew at WSTO is back with an improved version of their project 135i featuring new quad exhaust, carbon fiber diffuser, Advan RZ wheels and new matte black racing stripes. Check out the stunning new photos of this project car.
We bet you’ve never seen a Gran Turismo gaming rig as cool as this one involving an E30 M3, by Studie AG, a Japanese tuner.
The best part — the games controls are actually operated utilizing the E30s steering wheel and pedals! From carscoop
Lumma Design shows off another iteration of its X650 custom X6. This version features a flat/plastic look black exterior, with tons of carbon fiber touches throughout the exterior and the custom interior. Check out all the photos below.
Last year Brabham unveiled its turbo M3 in blue at the Essen Motorshow. This year they have brought another turbo M3 to the Essen show, but in white.
ATT-TEC, a tuner based in Germany, announces their E93 M3 "Thunderstorm" which features their new performance package for all current generation M3s. At the heart of their performance package is a supercharger and exhaust system which bumps the standard M3s power up an additional 80hp, to a total of 500 horsepowers. The engine/exhaust kit is estimated to be approximately USD $17,600 /
Japanese tuner 3D Design has released one of the first aftermarket aero part (front lip spoiler) for the E89 Z4. The lip is constructed from polyurethane and mounts to the factory mounting points.
The Association of German Car Tuners has just unveiled this year’s TUNE IT! SAFE! concept, a BMW 123d Coupe created by AC Schnitzer.
For those of you interested in the RD Sport M3 or looking for a review of the RS46 by a car magazine, well here it is…
RD Sport RS46 BMW M3 – Feature
Wiener Schnitzel Alfredo
By Les Bidrawn
Photography by Les Bidrawn
Though hugely functional, German automotive design can sometimes lean toward the antiseptic. Fortunately, Germanys close proximity to Italy has offered access to the best stylemeisters in the world. Names like Giugiaro, … CONTINUED
Lumma and G-Power have teamed up to produce the E60 M5 based “CLR 730 RS LUMMA Design” boasting a supercharged 730hp
Hartge has now joined the fray. Hartge, which likes to be known not as a tuner but an auto manufacturer, because of their ability to re-craft cars from the inside out, have now apparently turned their attention to the newest BMW, the 550i, 535i and 530d GT.
Hartge has shod the 5er GT with 22" wheels coupled with a lowering kit (30mm). Small interior touches are also made available, but I expect in the future Hartge will tackle … CONTINUED
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Sport-cars.fr was also lucky enough to drive AC Schnitzer’s “ACS3 Sport” M3 recently and shared their review and photos with us on M3post.
Sport-cars.fr has provided us with this review and in-depth look at the X6 Falcon by AC Schnitzer. Enjoy.
Here’s the world exclusive premiere of M3post member MyKmYk’s custom Atlantis Blue E90 M3 by IND. Epic build that must be seen!
This car is the first of its type for BMW. The versatility of an SUV combined with the elegance of a sedan. So as AC Schnitzer claim, it was a natural car for them to do their work on. That or the fact that ACS (or any tuner for that matter) has the potential to hit a homerun with the GT. It is a car that after all has the potential to look great with just a few touchups, the first and … CONTINUED
AC Schnitzer has begun its work on the all new E84 BMW X1 and as usual the first order of bussiness are the wheels. ACS have adapted their familiar line of wheels in terms of fitment to the X1 without any new designs. The wheels are seen ranging from 18"-20" with a variety of widths.
Attached is the official fitment guide: Attachment 314705
AC Schnitzer BMW X1 CLICK ON THE THUMBNAILS FOR THE FULL … CONTINUED
Using the same base X6 xDrive 35d (diesel), the two famed German tuning houses AC Schnitzer and Hartge have put together their own take on where to take these cars. And were glad to see that German magazine AutoZeitung has gotten their hands on both of these vehicles and thought to put together a head-to-head. If you are german speaking, make sure to read the entire article by following the link below.
For the non-german speaking among us, here is a … CONTINUED