AC Schitnitzer – responsible for some of the most radical BMW’s to grace the roads – has done it again with it’s latest creation, the fastest road-legal diesel production car.
The Schnitzer ACS 3.5d coupe makes 306bhp against the 282hp of the 335d on which it’s based. The car captured the world record when it posted a top speed of 288.7 kph at the 13km Nardo test track in southern Italy.
AC Schnitzer has released a video to prove its run and in case you wondering, the Z4 running with the 3.5d in the video actually is the 355bhp Schnitzer ACS4 3.5 Turbo, which is based on the Z4 sDrive35i. The Z didn’t break any records but it managed an impressive 302km/h.