BMW 5-Series Looks More Powerful After Tuning

Tuning companies are always trying to make stock cars faster and more aggressive that their original automakers would allow. The latest upgrade comes from Kelleners Sport, as they got their hands on a BMW 5-Series.

The new BMW 535i gets a new KS Power35 module that cranks up the power to 367 horsepower. The peak torque has been raised as well, from 400 NM o 480 NM. While this is by no means a sports car, it should provide a little more get up and go for those that crave it. The ride height has been lowered by 30mm to improve handling and looks.

The exterior of the car will get some modifications as well, including a front apron with integrated LED daytime running lights, an RS front spoiler lip, side moldings, a rear spoiler and rear apron extension with diffuser and a stainless steel silencer with dual chrome tailpipes.

The buyer can choose from 19- or 20-inch wheels that will be offered in Matte Black, Polished Graphite Silver and Polished Platinum Silver.

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