2010 AC SCHNITZER ACS3 3.5D COUPE
The carmaker AC Schnitzer was awarded the world record for Aachen. AC Schnitzer ACS3 3.5d Coupe record-setting road-legal diesel car at more than 8.7 km/h.288.7 km / h.
The tuner had also cited its extensive AC Schnitzer special accessory range available for all vehicles based on the 3.5d engine. This package is TÜV-approved and available from BMW dealers. Another vehicle that stood out in Nardo came from the AC Schnitzer ACS4 3.5 turbo, which is based on the BMW Z4 sdrive 35i. A speed of 303.1 km/h is a big deal only because it had come from a Roadter. Furthermore, the Z4 was also running with the commercial version of the AC Schnitzer performance upgrade for 3.5i engines.
2010 BMW ACTIVE-E CONCEPT
Grop BMW is doing the latest electric car project by introducing the BMW ActiveE Concept. This car is to reduce the environmental impact to be free of CO2 and provide a lively kinetic drive. This car with electrically powered mobility. The dynamic potential and high torque of the drive system, along with the rear-wheel drive which is a hallmark of the brand, guarantees the characteristic sheer driving pleasure which is typical of BMW – but without any CO2 emissions.
The optimum positioning of the power electronics above the motor integrated in the rear axle, for reasons of safety and functionality, results in a reduction of trunk capacity. Nonetheless, the BMW ActiveE Concept still has a luggage compartment which provides considerable versatility in everyday use. With a volume of approx. 200 litres / 7 cu ft, it even exceeds the trunk capacity of the BMW 1-Series Convertible with an open top and can hold two 46-inch golf bags, for example.