German tuning house Kelleners Sport, based in Dinslaken, Germany, has just revealed a new package their are releasing officially at the Geneva Autoshow for the 5-Series.
Kelleners sport, the brainchild of race car driver Ralf Kelleners has traditionally focused on suspension and engine tuning, but has also been increasingly working on Optik-tuning or aerodynamic styling bits to add to his company’s portfolio.
This new package for the 5-Series remains true to this philosophy of merging handling and engine dynamics made to the standards of a professional race driver and optical enhancements.
First and foremost, under the hood, Kelleners claim a 20% increase in overall power output on both Diesel and Gasoline variants, details are limited but these gains are most certainly from software gains made by modulating turbo … CONTINUED
The new F10 5-Series has really proven to be a hit in the BMW community, and has drawn interest from all different types of owners, even those with the mod bug. Here is one such example of a nicely done F10 5-Series with AC Schnitzer front lip, 20″ wheels and RD Sport Springs.
Hamann has released some great looking new aero parts to enhance the factory F10 M-sport package - consisting of the Hamann Competition Front Spoiler and Rear Center Molding/Panel. Paired with factory whiteline tail lights on a black F10, these parts look seriously mean!
While others are speculating what to expect from the new BMW M5 coming later this year, the German Autozeitung didn’t waste its time guessing about the future but rather attended to the hottest F10 5er to date, the Alpina B5 Biturbo. Ingredients? To name just a few, 4.4L V8 Biturbo rated at 507hp and 700NM, 8-speed automatic, and limited slip differential (optional).
The outcome? As Autozeitung puts it, the Alpina B5 is the “best and most powerful F10 5er to date.” They praise the “felicitous combination of powerful, yet refined, engine, top notch quality and good comfort.”
As usual with Alpina models, exterior changes over any regular F10 5-series model are limited. An exclusive Alpina blue paint (€ 2.870) and 20 inch Alpina Classic wheels are … CONTINUED
A new N54 tuning platform (for N54 motor based 135i, 335i, and 535i) has hit the market. The COBB Tuning AccessPORT is a hand-held ECU flash tuning solution for the N54 motor, allowing custom reprogramming of the ECU at the push of a button. N55 compatibility is currently in development.
Videos often provide a more dynamic and realistic look to a car, and this video provides such a look at the AC Schnitzer F10 5-series.
AC Schnitzer has announced its tuning program for the F11 5-series touring, featuring a full catalog of external and internal cosmetic parts and power and handling modifications. Info, photos and video inside.
Hamann has added additional aero parts for the F10 5-series to its catalog. New is a full front bumper replacement with a fresh and attractive design, as well as a new style rear trunk spoiler, a big improvement on the existing wing spoiler.
German tuner Kelleners Sport has announced its F10 535i to debut at the 2010 Essen Motor Show later this month. The Kelleners F10 features both cosmetic and performance upgrades. The Kelleners aerodynamic kit includes the front bumper cover/extension/lip with integrated LED DRL, RS front spoiler lip, sideskirts, rear trunk spoiler and rear bumper cover with diffuser. The rear is finished off with stainless steel exhaust system with quad tailpipes.
Performance enhancements include an ECU tune which bumps the F10 535i’s power from from 306 hp (225 kW) to 367 hp (270 kW) and raises its maximum torque from 400 to 480 Newton meters. Performance springs lower the 535i by 30mm.