The German tuners at Kelleners Sport have announced this week an upgrade program for the BMW 3-Series (F30) that brings not only a few technical improvements, but also some cosmetic changes to the German sedan. They focused on the 320d model that has been tuned to output 215 hp (160 kW / 218 PS) and a peak torque of 321 lb.-ft. (435 Nm), making it more powerful than the 325d model. Kelleners has also worked on the 328i turbocharged gasoline unit that is now capable of producing 290 hp (216 kW / 294 PS) and 310 lb.-ft. (420 Nm) of torque, considerably more than the standard output of the engine which stands at 241 hp (179 kW / 244 PS) and 258 lb.-ft. (350 Nm). The BMW 3-Series (F30) by Kelleners Sport has also received a new custom exhaust system with quad tailpipes and a lowering suspension kit that brings the car closer to the ground by 30mm (1.2 inches). There's also a new body kit that includes a front spoiler, a trunk spoiler and an add-on for the rear valence. The tuner also provides various types of 19- or 20-inch light alloy sports wheels for the 3-Series.