Kelleners Sport tuners unveiled a new tuning package, this time the model in question is the new BMW 1 Series M Coupe, the smallest but still powerful M model ever created. This package comes for the people considering that the standard 1M Coupe is not very capable in terms of power, the German specialists improving the total output by 20%. If the standard BMW 1 Series M Coupe is able to deliver 340 horsepower and 450 Nm of torque, Kelleners Sport managed to improve the figures to 410 horses and 550 Nm of torque.
We are really excited to hear this kind of information mainly considering that the small M model managed to beat some prestigious model on certain circuits due to its low total mass and decent power output.
According to the official details, the power boots has been achieved by mounting a new quad-pipe stainless-steel exhaust system. The new high-performance sport exhaust comes with 83 mm pipes and is able to deliver the additional horses by itself. A new adjustable coilover suspension comes to improve both the ride and handling while the German tuners prepared some aesthetic tweaks as well.
These improvements include a front spoiler lip along MS grill insert made of electro polished stainless steel and a new set of 20-inch Hamburg or Berlin wheels fitted with 245/30/R20 (front) and 265/30/R20 (rear) tires. The interior benefits from special treatment as well, Kelleners Sport enhancing the interior by adding Alcantara and leather upholstery, white stitching, aluminum pedals, velour floor mats and Kelleners Sport logos. Pricing and availability details are currently unavailable but you can find more by contacting the German company.
“The M in the name promises much. Kelleners Sport guarantees even more. Now, with the BMW 1-Series M Coupé (Type E82), the German BMW specialists have taken the combination of high-performance engine and lightweight body to its logical automotive conclusion – power up to 410 hp, unique handling characteristics, improved aerodynamics and the high-grade interior are the distinguishing features of the KS1-S,” claims the tuning house.