Posts Tagged ‘bmw convertible tuning’

Hartge BMW 6-Series Convertible

Saturday, June 4th, 2011:

Here we have another German tuning project, this time from the company Hartge on the BMW 6-Series convertible sports car. There are many tuning companies out there that like to modify the BMW platform. The largest include names such as Hamann, AC Schnitzer, and Prior Design. But Hartge has put out some nice kits for the BMW line of cars, this time for the F12 6-Series convertible. Now this tuning package may be light, but is still aesthetically pleasing. The exterior received new emblems, dual tail pipes, and new alloys rims measuring 19-20 inches. These come wrapped in high performance tires that fit perfectly in the wheel wells, and then the tuners moved to the interior of the BMW 6-Series convertible.

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AC Schnitzer BMW convertible

Tuesday, June 3rd, 2008:

AC Schnitzer BMW convertible

After they modified the BMW 1-Series coupe, the specialists from AC Schnitzer have started to modify this lovely BMW 1-Series convertible. They named this convertible ACS1 Cabriolet and they improved the car’s performances a lot. This car also received a completely new body kit that makes it look stronger. AC Schnitzer added 23 HP to the 120d engine, 36 HP to the 123d engine and the strongest engine, 135i, received 60 additional HP. The car also received a new exhaust system that creates a lovely sound for everyone. Just like the BMW 1-Series Coupe that AC Schnitzer recently modified, this cabriolet has received new front and rear bumpers, side skirts and a small spoiler. Read More →

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