Following the ACS1 Coupe the ACS1 Cabrio based on the Bmw 1-Series Convertible was unveiled today by the German tuning company AC Schnitzer. The new vehicle features heigh-adjustable suspensions, exhaust silencer and allpy wheels available in different sizes. At the interior the silver-carbon insertions ad a plus of sportivity to the car while the aluminium pedals and accesories together with the new gear knobs and velour floor mats complete successfully the tuning kit.

AC Schnitzer ACS1 Convertible
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In order to obtain more power AC Schnitzer re-programmed the ECU and the results are as follows: 360 hp for 135i, 240 hp for the 123d and 200 hp for the 120d.


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  (780) posted on 04.29.2010

Exclusivity also predominates in the pit: as well as the carbon interior trim in silver and the ergonomically shaped sports airbag steering wheels, the final touch is given by the aluminium accessories e. g. for the controller of the BMW-specific "i-Drive" system, the pedal set and footrests, different gear knobs or handbrake handles.

  (1022) posted on 02.16.2010

I used to think this car was pretty ugly. It has grown on my quite a bit though, especially with the BMW TII kit that is now available for it. I know rather quite like it, but I’m not sure it deserves to be stereotyped as a chick car, although there’s nothing wrong with a chick having good taste...

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