SL World premiere at the Automechanika

The “Zeil” is considered as Frankfurt’s top address when it comes to high-end designer goods. However, as far as exclusive and individual vehicle customizing is concerned, the latest recommendation is Hall 4.0, Corridor B, Stand 11 at the Automechanika.

The Mercedes experts of Sportservice Lorinser are presenting seven fast sins on four wheels there from 16th – 21st September – including a world premiere.

The recently face-lifted SL will be revealing all for the first time to present itself to the audience in completely new Lorinser regalia. A total of 160,000 visitors are expected at the international leading trade show of the automobile industry. The exceptional roadster is supported by a 300 km/h L 55 RS based on the latest CL, whose unbridled power is on show. Visitors will be treated to an additional highlight when they look into the wheel housing: the Lorinser RS9 is the first and only light-metal wheel for CL and S in Germany in the 22-inch class. The Mercedes luxury limousine can also be viewed at the Automechanika at Lorinser in an optically and technically reworked form. The Lorinser GL 420 CDI presents itself as a further eye-catcher: despite its impressive size and weighing over two tons, the ATV appears to have sheer endless power reserves. This is made possible by a powerful V8-diesel engine, which, thanks to the work of the Lorinser engineers, has a gigantic output of 335 HP/246 kW and mobilizes a torque of 790 Nm.

However, there are also interesting things happening on the trade-fair stand at the other end of the size spectrum. Introduced some time ago as a study, the refiner is now presenting its Power-Smart in the final series version, which can be ordered with immediate effect. Over 100 HP really have it easy with the small two-seater Fortwo. The new C-Class is exactly between the two extremes and therefore attractive for a large target group. For Frankfurt, Lorinser went to work on the extremely popular T-model 320 CDI with the six-cylinder diesel engine. With considerably more output than the standard version – 192 kW/261 HP – the estate car cuts a very impressive figure. The vehicle naturally also shows more muscle on the outside. If you prefer the limousine, you’ll find what you’re looking for on the partner stand of suspension experts Vogtland: in Hall 4.1, Corridor C, Stand 64 you can admire the Lorinser 350 V6 petrol-fuelled C-Class: 224 kW/305 HP, 380 Nm torque, a maximum speed of 270 km/h and a sport-tuned chassis promise ultimate driving fun. Which, after all, is tradition at Lorinser.

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