Efficient Performance by AC Schnitzer
The EU Energy Label
Many electrical appliances carry an Energy Label. This shows at a glance how efficiently the appliance in question works.
Bulbs and most domestic appliances carry such a label. The energy efficiency of the product is expressed by different classes ranging from A to G. "A" is the best energy efficiency class, "G" the worst.
The energy label allows consumers to make a direct comparison between competing products. At the same time, it serves as a stimulus for industry to improve the energy efficiency of its products.
In cars, the energy label shows the CO² emissions in grammes per kilometre travelled. The allocation to the classification structure is the same, so to this extent the familiar EU energy label has been adapted for the car industry.
Although the energy label has - so far - only rarely been used in the car industry, or not at all in the tuning sector, we at AC Schnitzer take our responsibilities towards the environment and our customers very seriously, and have voluntarily had our performance upgrades classified. In this way we are creating even more transparency.
In future, all Technical Data Sheets for the AC Schnitzer performance upgrades will be extended to carry the EU energy label.
You will see that the CO² emissions of vehicles with the AC Schnitzer performance upgrade are N O T increased in relation to the base, standard vehicle.
On the contrary: for the same CO² emission and fuel consumption, the increase in performance even reduces the CO² figure per HP.
To increase driving pleasure while salving your conscience.
AC Schnitzer 99d
The latest Efficient Performance development is named "AC Schnitzer 99d" (based on BMW Z4 Roadster). The lightweight Coupé only produces 99 g/km CO2 emissions, consumes 3.8 l Diesel per 100 km (overall), has 190 HP and is 235 km/h fast. Learn more
Technical Data Sheets
These can be found on the pages "Products - Models" - in the fields of "Engineering".