AC Schnitzer has deployed its familiar brand of tuning and styling magic on BMW’s Z 4 Roadster and the results are clearly impressive. Performance has leapt to 360bhp (from the stock car’s 306) and torque has risen from 400Nm to a tree-stump pulling 520Nm.
The company’s claiming 4.9 seconds 100 km/h (down from 5.1 stock), top whack of 282 km/h (standard’s 250), so its smiles all round.
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Externally, there’s a chrome grille, front spoiler and wheelarch and rear spoiler enhancements, the latter being a two-piece affair. To keep it all on the road, the suspension has been upgraded with a new spring kit. Rear exhaust is an all-new stainless steel affair.
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