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AC Schnitzer GP3.10 Review

Driving pleasure has been written for general AC Schnitzer for 20 years. And, fortunately, nothing will change for the 62nd Frankfurt Motor Show. But this can be accomplished in a file. Fully alternatives, such as the launch clock superb AC Schnitzer gas Powered GP3.10 This high-performance coup� has LPG (Liquified Petroleum Gas) drive, where power and efficiency, economy and ecology, meet in a fascinating study.


AC Schnitzer GP3.10
AC Schnitzer GP3.10

As if the extravagant exterior of the project vehicle, based on the 3 Series Coupe today, is not enough under the bonnet growls the V10 engine of the current M5/M6 AC Schnitzer presents the show for the first time in the design bivalent. The vehicle has a fully sequential LPG system with two parallel 5-cylinder vaporizers. No loss of power or dynamics. The engine, tuned to a control unit and exhaust tract with sports catalyst and reassigned modified exhaust manifold, develops 552 hp and produces up to 400 lb-ft at the crankshaft. That in itself is 45 horsepower more than the M5/M6. But why power this vehicle to LPG?


AC Schnitzer GP3.10
AC Schnitzer GP3.10

Liquefied petroleum gas is a reasonable alternative to regular gasoline, both economically and environmentally, and - after corresponding conversion - can be burned in any gasoline engine. Per liter, LPG is cheaper than petrol but produces around 15 percent less CO2 from exhaust gases. With over 2,700 service stations in Germany alone, fuel supplies are guaranteed everywhere, and tank 80 liters of gas is on board with the original fuel tank of 60 liters. So you can switch between fuels at any time. In any case, acceleration is more than acceptable. The sprint to 60 mph in 4.3 seconds and 124 mph mark is passed after just 13.9 seconds. 200 mph, not just pressure on your back begin to decrease. It is nimble enough to show the rear lights to many powerful sports cars. Especially when a racing suspension from Aachen provides incredible handling qualities. And to match the power of acceleration, no brakes on the AC Schnitzer GP3.


AC Schnitzer GP3.10
AC Schnitzer GP3.10

Gas Powered 10: Front, 8-pot fixed caliper brakes drilled and vented discs size 374 x 36 mm, behind the flat-4 disc braking system with 350 x 24 mm.


AC Schnitzer GP3.10
AC Schnitzer GP3.10

Speaking of slowing down: the striking body design will soon bring passers-by to stop. In combination with special paint mineral green, the AC Schnitzer aerodynamic kit is a real eye-catcher. The air intakes on the front fenders with chrome ribs features, and extensions 60 mm rear wheel, are particularly successful. With Gas Powered GP3.10 AC Schnitzer, AC Schnitzer has created a feast for the senses, where the muffler back to the central position, with their sports crescendo of sound is the acoustic center.


AC Schnitzer GP3.10
AC Schnitzer GP3.10

The rear styling with its special contours and the rear apron with integrated diffuser, rear wing roof with a central carbon is as beautiful as the front apron with its powerful coarsemesh Sports Grill. The latter makes an effective contribution to breathe oxygen-hungry five-liter engine. Also breathtaking for the spectator is the first for the race rims Type VI.


AC Schnitzer GP3.10
AC Schnitzer GP3.10

The latest creation from the Aachen wheel manufacturer combines the classic Y-spoke appearance with five striking hollow spokes and bicolor finish. Naturally these decorative elements are not only available for the AC Schnitzer GP3.10 Gas Powered. At the moment, but it is a unique creation not for sale, with an estimated value of $ 270 000. But we can still get excited because many components will soon find its way into the regular AC Schnitzer range. Parts of the interior already exciting sport can be controlled, for example, by customers with a 3 series coupe.

AC Schnitzer GP3.10 
AC Schnitzer GP3.10
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