The F10 5 Series is still fresh on the market so modifications are limited to a new body kit, engine control module, exhaust system, sport springs, wheels, and interior pieces. The factory M Sport Package already adds features such as Adaptive Drive, a raised top-speed limiter, and distinct interior trim, but Kelleners Sport took it further with extra power.
The Euro-spec 520d is equipped with a 2.0-liter diesel normally developing 184 horsepower with 280 pound-feet of torque but makes 218 horsepower and 332 pound-feet with exhaust and chip. The turbocharged 535i is rated for 367 horsepower and 354 pound-feet of torque, up from 306 horsepower and 296 pound-feet, respectively.
To enhance the exterior, a body kit (coined an “aerodynamics package” by Kelleners Sport) swaps out the front grille, front lip, side mouldings, and rear spoiler and lower valence. New alloy wheels are available in the Berlin or Hamburg designs, measuring 20 inches in polished silver, polished black, or flat black. The wheel and tire combination remains staggered with 255/35R20 rubber up front and 285/30R20 donuts out back.
Sport springs help drop ride height around 1.2 inches and the interior was given new aluminum pedals with a footrest. The leather trim is black with white stitching and we’re assured the black floor mats are made of real velour. Guess we’ll have to wait until the Geneva show to see them.