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Lorinser’s Version of the New Mercedes M-Class Announced

This weekend, a tuned Mercedes-Benz car will star at the Tuning World Bodensee in Germany. Lorinser, a tuning company, made some visual upgrades for the Mercedes-Benz M-Class. Yokohama tires wrapped around 22-inch alloys colored in black can be bought if you don’t like the stock version. A new suspension system that lowers the SUV by 40mm will make anyone feel envious. If you don’t like it too low, then get the Airmatic suspension so you can do the lowering manually. Lorinser’s Mercedes ML body kit includes new rear and front bumpers, wider wheels arches and side skirts. All these changes makes the M-Class look more masculine. Inside, leather upholstery and… Continue Reading »

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Lorinser RSK8s Upgrade SLS AMG Looks And Performance

Wheels are one of the best ways to stamp your individualism on a car and sometimes, a good set of exclusive wheels is all it takes to set your car apart from the crowd. The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG is a car that is already exclusive by its very nature and you don’t really have to change anything on the car. Except that when you see the new wheel design for the SLS AMG from Lorinser, you will seriously consider fitting this on your SLS AMG should you have one. Even without seeing the wheels, you’ll realize that they must be extra special based on the specs alone. For one, the… Continue Reading »

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Lorinser retrofits the Smart Fortwo

If you’re used to driving a compact, then you’re probably surrendered to the fact that your car was built for economy and lightness, and it was designed to do as little harm to the environment possible. That is, if you’re secretly wishing for more power and drivability—something almost forbidden around the ecomodder circle. Well, here’s news for you. Lorinser has just proven that it’s not all engine displacement that serves as basis as to whether a car deserves to be pimped out or not. As long as your compact is cool, then they’re cool with it—as exemplified by their latest creation. Presenting Sportservice Lorinser’s Easybrid. It’s no more than a… Continue Reading »

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Lorinser draws plans for 2011 Mercedes-Benz CLS

You’ve seen spy photos of the 2011 Mercedes-Benz CLS without any camouflage, and you know you want it. So how’s about sprinkling a little gasoline into the fire just to kick up your hidden desires a little? Well, here’s what the upcoming version of the CLS will look like with a little nudging from the boys down at Lorinser—yes, the German car tuning company. As a matter of fact, it’s sort of a Lorinser tradition to release to their loyal customers artist renditions of what they’re planning to do with up-and-coming models, so here goes. To kick off, the new CLS will be wearing a full body kit to give… Continue Reading »

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Lorinser Mercedes Benz S-Class

A while ago we presented the Lorinser-treated Mercedes C-Class and now we have here, the luxury sedan S-Class, which has freshly come out of the Lorinser Oven. The new kit from Lorinser consists of new springs, a TUV approved lowering kit and an air suspension (standard one replaced) or an elector hydraulic steel ABC suspension at choice. The body kit has also been updated and it received a new front bumper, front fenders, new side skirts as well as a new set of alloy wheels with the Lorinser multi-spoke design. S-Classes have become quite common these days, to make your S-Class stand out from the crowd, this Lorinser kit might… Continue Reading »

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Word-premier of Lorinser tuned SL in Frankfurt

Similar to Kleemann and their debut of their tuned CLK Black Series, Lorinser will introduce their version of the updated SL at the Automechanika in Frankfurt from September 16th to the 21st. Besides the above teaser image, little detail is know. Lorinser is promising a top speed of 300km/h (186mph) with their L 55 RS based on the current CL version. We’ll make sure update you on Lorinser SL monster once it debuts in Frankfurt.

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