Kallenhard Engineering Ltd was created by the directors of RPM Technik, the independent Porsche specialists, with the aim to provide a service that was second to none in the sales and servicing of premium vehicles. The business is located in the South East of England, just 45 minutes by rail from London (Euston) and only 25 minutes from Junction 20 of the M25.
Kallenhard has the ability to service and sell a diverse range of performance marques, specialising in the German brands. Please visit our showroom page to review our current selection of Audi, Aston Martin, Bentley, BMW, Ferrari, Lamborghini, McLaren, Mercedes, Mini and Volkswagen stock.
Our sales department is headed by sales director Greig Daly. Greig has worked in the premium vehicle sector for over 12 years and is experienced with all aspects of the sales environment. Customer satisfaction is his number one priority, so get in touch to discuss your requirements, whether it is selling your existing car or sourcing your next car for the collection.
Greig has worked in the main dealer network for BMW, Audi and Porsche. From there he moved into the independent marketplace heading up the sales teams at RPM Technik and Kallenhard. His knowledge of performance cars is encyclopedic and he is likely to be your first point of contact at Kallenhard. Experienced at track days in both cars and on bikes, he has a passion for performance cars and motorsport.
Darren, manages the commercial side of the business and coordinates the purchasing side of Kallenhard’s sales operation. As well as a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering, he also has experience in both tarmac and gravel motor sport having competed in the BTRDA Forest Rally series.
Ollie’s background is Porsche and he manages the multiple workshops of RPM Technik. Ollie is the driving force behind the growing Kallenhard workshop operation. Co-ordinating the routine servicing and performance upgrades, he also specializes in chassis dynamics and is regularly seen ‘tinkering’ with suspension setups on our Beissbarth geometry ramp.