2012 BMW 3-Series by Kelleners Sport

Kelleners Sport’ s recent run of tuning programs continues with the unveiling of their latest work for the BMW 3-Series Saloon.

In line with its reputation as one of the finest BMW tuners in the world, the German tuning company gave the 3-Series Saloon a comprehensive tuning program that includes an aero kit, interior enhancements, and performance modifications.

The aero package includes a number of new components for the 3-Series, including a new front spoiler, a boot lid spoiler, and skirt extensions on the rear bumper. From there, Kelleners fitted the car with a new set of either 19" or 20" Titanium Grey ’Hamburg’ alloy wheels and added an adjustable coil over kit that can lower the car’s height by 60 mm.

Inside, there’s plenty of leather used in the interior of the car, including Nappa and ostrich - yes, ostrich! - as well as a choice of over 60 colors, plenty of wood and carbon fiber trim, velour mats, and aluminum pedals.

Finally, Kelleners Sport built a performance program for the wide range of gas and diesel variants of the 3-Series Saloon. The 320d’s output was increased from 184 horsepower and 280 lb/ft of torque to 218 horsepower and 321 lb/ft of torque. As for the 328i, output for that was increased from 241 horsepower and 258 lb/ft of torque to an impressive 290 horsepower and 310 lb/ft of torque.


15 comments:

After scrolling this article, I want to experience how amazing it is but at the same time, I’m scared. Maybe I’ll be contented on sitting on the passenger’s seat, if ever there’s a chance that we could have this one.

There is plenty of leather used in the interior of this car.

Oh I’m amazed with the thing that is need in the interior design such as the nappa and the ostrich leather.

If they are experimenting on its HP, what could be its next move ad output?

Oh, the ponies are playing the 3-Series. What are the exact numbers and performance of the 3-Series?

If they keep this on a low profile, other automakers might get the chance.

There are some aspects they need to be focus, but its performance is still great. So I guess, front fascia is the only changes needs to be enhanced.

Why can’t make an overall upgrade of the 3-Series?

It’s for sure. They’ve designed that they’ll focus on the exterior designs only.

Maybe they’ve all focus on the exterior designs on this BMW.

If they already tuned this up, does it mean they can’t take it to higher or highest stats?

For me, this car is common, but the wheel of this car is unique.

The recent car height of 3 series is just right, so why need to lower it down?

They have used the ostrich skin as a material in the cabin. Maybe that makes it a little expensive than the 3-series.

It’s a great-looking car. Now that it uses a new set of wheels. Mostly leather in its interior seems great.

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