At the Essen Motor Show 2014, tuning company Lorinser is displaying both its modified Mercedes-Benz S-Class it revealed late last year as well as its brand new styling package for the latest generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class.
From a visual standpoint, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz S500 by Lorinser features a brand new bodykit incorporating new front and rear fascias. More specifically, the front features a brand new bumper, redesigned air intakes, splitter and a unique grille and badge. From the rear, the car is rolling on a new set of wheels which are joined with new side skirts. At the back, the Lorinser S500 features a new bumper, diffuser, bootlid spoiler, quad exhaust pipes as well as rear new air vents extracting hot air from the brakes.
As for the Mercedes-Benz C-Class by Lorinser, it includes a new bodykit. The new kit sees the inclusion of a prominent Lorinser badge on the front grille, a completely custom front bumper with restyled air intakes as well as extended side skirts.
Further visual modifications include the installation of a new set of wheels, a subtle bootlid lip spoiler finished in carbon fibre, quad exhausts and a new rear diffuser.