Kelleners Sport has introduced their new tuning program for the BMW X5.
Starting with the exterior, the crossover has been equipped with a widebody kit that includes a new front spoiler, extended wheel arches and a wider rear skirt. The model can also be equipped with a stainless-steel sports exhaust system, a coilover suspension, sport springs (which reduce the ride height by up to 30mm) and 22-inch alloy wheels.
Interior pictures were not released but the company says the model can be equipped with everything from premium leather upholstery to carbon fiber or wood trim.
Under the hood, xDrive30d can be tuned to produce 302 PS (222 kW) and 655 Nm (483 lb-ft) of torque - an increase of 44 PS (32 kW) and 95 Nm (70 lb-ft).
Likewise, the xDrive35i can be equipped with a KS Power 35 module that enables the engine to produce 358 PS (263 kW) and 468 Nm (345 lb-ft) of torque instead of the standard 306 PS (225 kW) and 400 Nm (295 lb-ft) of torque.
Last but not least, the xDrive50i can crank out 527 PS (386 kW) and 761 Nm (561 lb-ft) of torque thanks to the KS Power 50 module.