Mercedes has given the S-Class a facelift earlier this year, which consisted of a few exterior changes, an even more luxurious interior and semi-autonomous driving tech.
Businessmen would call that very close to perfection, and most wouldn’t change a thing to Stuttgart's executive saloon, but Lorinser believe that the latest iteration S-Class would look better with a few extras.
Their kit is very discreet, though, and you would probably need to see it next to the standard version to tell the differences. Nevertheless, the tuning house adds a new front lip, side skirts that can be made from carbon fiber on request, front fender vents, a decklid spoiler, roof wing, and carbon fiber side mirror caps.
The Lorinser-tuned S-Class also gets new wheels, double tailpipes at the rear, and a lowering module, whereas the special sill entrance panels and floor mats round up the list of updates.
We don't know how much the German tuning company is asking for these parts, so interested parties will have to contact them to find out.