AC Schnitzer TENSION reaches 331,78 km/h. Piano, Piano! The attitude to life typical of many Italian regions certainly doesn't apply to Nardo in Southern Italy. There, under the headline "Beyond 300 km/h", a high speed test was performed under the auspices of "CONTINENTAL AG" in collaboration with the editorial team of the car magazine "AutoBild sportscars". As a potential candidate for 300, the AC Schnitzer TENSION was invited to this event. After completing the GPS speed measurement on the 13 km long high speed test track, which is basically an oversized circle, the digital instrument display read: 331,78 km/h So the AC Schnitzer TENSION has done it: it is the fastest BMW in the world and is road legal. This proves that speed does not come from maximum engine power alone, but is the result of a careful matching of all elements in the overall concept.
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