Mansory has revealed a set of upgrades for the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class executive sedan. The car received a slightly changed appearance, which, according to representatives of the studio, adds rigor to the sedan, as well as increased performance.
The shocking tuning studio Mansory has recently presented many truly interesting projects, in particular, it has developed an upgrade kit for the executive sedan Mercedes-Benz S-Class W223. It’s a surprisingly subtle and unobtrusive visual upgrade. The body has received carbon fiber elements that give the car a stylish look. Mansory says this “package” helps “further emphasize” the sedan’s already very elegant looks, and that’s true if you take a close look at Mansory’s latest creation.
Carbon fiber details have been kept to a minimum: Mansory offers a new front lip, new side skirts, two types of front bumper air intake trims, two types of fender accents and two different rear diffusers.
The company also offers two different carbon fiber boot lid options, a roof spoiler and rear bumper air intakes. There are two different types of side mirror caps and an assortment of Mansory badges available so you can tell the world that your Mercedes is special. There are also three different wheel styles available.
Mansory also offers performance enhancements for both the Mercedes-Benz S-Class S400d and S500 thanks to a redesigned ECU and a new exhaust system. The diesel now develops 395 horsepower and 837 Nm of torque, an increase of 65 hp. (137 Nm) more than standard values. Its top speed is increased to 270 km / h. It accelerates from 0 to 100 km / h in 4.8 seconds. The S500 boasts 526 hp. (629 Nm). It will take him 4.3 seconds to sprint from 0 to 100 km / h.
Inside, Mansory offers customers a wide range of options, including an all-new interior wrap with an assortment of customized colors. This is in addition to the Mansory floor mats, the carbon leather sports steering wheel and aluminum pedals. Customers can go crazy on the inside, but Mansory keeps things pretty low-key on the outside.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that the tuning studio Mansory has added power and style to the updated Bentley Bentayga. The German bureau Mansory is known for its extraordinary projects: bold palettes, unexpected decor, shocking interiors and high-performance motors. At the same time, their new project turned out to be more restrained, but no less interesting.