Currently we have pictures of the current successor of AC Schnitzer! BMW X4 from 2014. The car is the flagship of the current “Tune It! Safe! "Campaign 2015. This time it is a Corvette C7 Stingray that was put on the wheels by the TIKT Performance tuning team and goes on the hunt for criminals with a 6,2-liter V8 with 466 hp and 630 Newton meters and thus the X4 a good 220 hp is ahead. Every year a new, modified police car is presented at the Essen Motor Show, which the police would probably never use in reality, at least in Germany.
Ok, so the extreme glamor factor Dubai Police Fleet the Vette does not have it now, but for German standards it is definitely an improvement over VW Golf TDi & Co. We already know a few details about the conversion and we can also derive a lot from the pictures. What we were able to find out and have recognized in the photos is listed below for you in a small summary.
Posted by TIKT Performance Parts on Friday, 27. November 2015
(Photos: TIKT Performance Parts)
These are the data we know about the Corvette C7 Stingray:
- Base: Corvette C7 Stingray
- Campaign by VDAT & Hankook
- TIKT forged wheels (19 and 20 inch) TIKT RR-1
- Hankook tires in 285 and 345 dimensions
- Blue light plant on the roof
- complete police wrapping around
- 466 PS and 630 Newtonmeter
- 12 Partial TIKT full carbon body kit (front spoiler, side skirts, wheel arch extensions, diffuser, rear spoiler)
- Blue light auxiliary headlight in the front bumper
- red bumpers
- Police radio in the interior
Possibly reach us in the next few days even more pictures of the car. As soon as this is the case, we will of course put them online and inform you about them.
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