Wednesday, October 12, 2011

2011 BMW AC Schnitzer 5 Series Touring

BMW launched the BMW 5-Series Touring, 2011, ahead of official debut at the Leipzig Motor Show. The car went on sale in September (in England). The launch was marked with a video that promotes 5-Series Touring 2011.
AC Schnitzer with performance and appearance of BMW-5 Series Touring until more and more dynamic. Previously, home modifications that have been launched changed for-5 Series Sedan.

 The core reform Turing-5 Series is focused on improving performance. As in the version of the BMW 530d is now powered 360 dk. While the standard version of the engine power is only 286 hp.
As for the 520d and 525d models to be upgraded each respective strength to 218 hp and 245 hp. Visible alteration in other sectors at the end of the exhaust pipe is now equipped with sports twin chrome silencers which produce more powerful sound.

 At launch, the BMW provides four engines. One is the Series 520d (£ 30.380) has a 2.0-liter engine with four-cylinder turbo diesel engine 181 bhp (135 kW / 184 PS) and 380 Nm (280 lb-ft) of torque. Acceleration from 0-62 mph in 8.3 seconds, before reaching a maximum speed of 138 mph (222 km / h). The car is also equipped with Start / Stop system, the 520d has a combined fuel consumption 54.3 mpg-imp (5.2l / 100km) and CO2 emissions rating of 137g/km.

For the exterior, the AC Schnitzer front spoiler pair of new, more fresh, chrome grille, additional side skirt, roof spoiler and rear bumper layer of protection for the AC Schnitzer logo.
 To complement the increased performance of the BMW 5-Series Turing, the famous German tuner is to replace the legs of this BMW with a suspension and a new, more comfortable but sporty.
BMW 5-Series feature Dakota leather upholstery, matt aluminum roof rails, Park Distance Control, and Bluetooth connectivity. The car has a luggage capacity of 560 liters (19.8 cubic feet) - 60 liters (2.1 cubic feet). When the rear seats folded down, the room will be more wide with a capacity of 1670 liters (59.0 cubic feet). If you need more space, BMW offers a package of Extended Storage, features that make more upright rear seatbacks, and add 30 liters (1 cubic feet) of cargo capacity with minimal "empty space" behind the back seat.

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