In 2013, BMW unveiled the 6 Series Gran Coupe and for 2014, Bimmer added all-wheel drive to the 640i, and improved the iDrive controls and 3D navigation across the model line. Despite its relative youth on the market, German tuner, Kelleners Sport, decided to tweak the four-door coupe.
Kelleners Sport started by updating the output level in the 640i and 640d , so both models now deliver 20-percent more power. For the 640d version the power was increased by 53 horsepower to a total of 366 horsepower, while the peak torque goes from 464 to 543 pound-feet. For the 640i, the tuner offers a power increase from 320 to 374 horsepower and the from 331 to 388 pound-feet of torque.
Alongside the power increase, Kelleners also offers a new exhaust system with four end pipes that considerable improve the acoustics of the engine.
Click past the jump to read more about the BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe by Kelleners.
BMW 6 Series Gran Coupe by Kelleners in Detail
Upgrades on the exterior include a comprehensive aerodynamic kit made in high-pressure polyurethane (PU-RIM). The kit includes new front and rear aprons, bonnet and wing attachments, front-spoiler lip, RS-style rear-apron insert and a matching rear spoiler. Kelleners also offeris lots of elements in carbon fiber, like the side moldings and the door-mirror casings.
The car sits on a set of wheels and customers can choose between 19 or 20-inch versions in "Hamburg," "Berlin" and "Munich" style wheels. Also available are 21-inch "Munich" forged-aluminum wheels. An optimized coilover suspension system helps the 6 Series Gran Coupe handle the twist with ease.
For the interior, the tuner offers numerous wood and chrome elements along with a variety of floor mats, steering wheels, aluminum foot rest and pedals.
Kelleners Sport pulled out all the stops. The Merzig-based BMW specialists turned their attention to the F06 model and gave the 6-Series Gran Coupé a great power boost. The result: both BMW 640i and 640d tuned by Kelleners put up to 20 percent more power onto the road.
In figures, for the 640d this means an increase of 53 hp (39 kW) from the standard 313 hp (230 kW) to 366 hp (269 kW). At the same time, maximum torque goes up from 630 to 737 Nm. In the case of the petrol-powered 640i, the Kelleners Sport experts have boosted power output and max. torque from 320 hp (235 kW) and 450 Nm to 374 hp (275 kW) and 527 Nm respectively.
However, Kelleners not only reinforces the inner values of the premium 6-Series model but also makes it look even sleeker with a comprehensive aerodynamic kit, which includes complete front and rear aprons made of high-pressure polyurethane (PU-RIM), bonnet and wing attachments, front-spoiler lip, RS-style rear-apron insert and a matching rear spoiler. The latter two components are also available in genuine carbon. Side mouldings and door-mirror casings in carbon stylishly round off the Grand Coupé. Improved handling is ensured by an optimised coilover suspension system and sports springs. The striking four-pipe exhaust system for all petrol engines perfectly underscores the increased power of the Kelleners F06 both visually and acoustically.
When it comes to choosing the right wheels, Kelleners gives customers an almost free hand. In combination with the aerodynamic kit, they can fit either the 19” or 20” versions of the ‘Hamburg’, ‘Berlin’ and ‘Munich’ style wheels, as well as 21” ‘Munich’ forged aluminium wheels. Customers also have a high degree of freedom to personalise the interior with numerous wood and chrome options, a variety of floor mats, steering wheels, aluminium foot rest and pedals.
All components of the Kelleners aerodynamic kit are not only suitable for the 6 Series Gran Coupé (F06) but also fit the Convertible (F12) and Coupé (F13), with or without M Sport package.