The tuning specialists at AC Schnitzer have just introduced a range of exterior and interior accessories, as well as new wheels and springs for the new BMW M4.
Kicking things off are a handful of upgrades to the front end of the German sports car. These include the fitment of a unique front splitter and carbon fiber canards on either side of the bumper. In addition to providing the M4 with some extra aggression, these parts are said to improve aerodynamics as well.
Elsewhere, AC Schnitzer has developed unique side skirts while also altering the car’s rear-end with a subtle lip spoiler and a more pronounced diffuser. Not all of these upgrades are available at the moment but they will all be introduced soon.
Those wanting to personalize their M4 will also be able to order new springs that lower the front end by 20-25 mm (0.78-0.98-inches) while dropping the rear by 15-20 mm (0.59-0.78 inches). AC Schnitzer is also planning to launch an adjustable suspension system in the future.
Shoppers will also be offered a plethora of different 20-inch forged wheel options. The tuner is also readying a sports exhaust system for the BMW M4 that will increase power from the standard model’s 3.0-liter twin-turbocharged six-cylinder from 473 hp to 502 hp, matching the M3 and M4 Competition variants.
Various interior tweaks are also available, including unique paddle shifters and aluminum pedals.
While the front grille of the new BMW M4 remains a massive eyesore, these minor exterior tweaks do make the car’s design slightly more forgivable.