Visually, the kit consists of an MS spoiler lip, a subtle boot lid spoiler and mirror casings. These components can also be specified in clear coated carbon fibre. The factory wheels have been superseded by Kelleners’ ‘Hamburg’ design alloy wheels in either a 19 or 20-inch diameter, while a choice of sports springs or adjustable coilovers lower the car by 30 mm and 60 mm respectively.
Moving inside, Kelleners’ upholstery department offers a range of leathers including Nappa and ostrich, with a choice of over 60 colours to choose from, along with wood and carbon fibre trim elements, velour floor mats and aluminium pedals.
As well as an exhaust system with quadruple tailpipes, the company can provide performance increases for all petrol and diesel-engined variants. For example, the 320d enjoys an increase in output from 135 kW (184 hp) and 380 Nm of torque to 160 kW (218 hp) and 435 Nm, while the 330d, which normally generates 190 kW (258 hp) and 560 Nm, climbs to 222 kW (302 hp) and 655 Nm. Finally, owners of the 328i see a jump from 180 kW (241 hp) and 350 Nm to 216 kW (290 hp) and 420 Nm.
[Source: Kelleners Sport]