4 22 HP and a maximum of 610 Newton meters: That are the data of the Mercedes G 500 in series condition. After Sportservice Lorinser got their hands on its four-liter twin-turbo petrol engine, it developed 500 hp and distributed a maximum of 730 Newton meters to all four wheels. This is due to modified engine electronics (2,880 euros) and a 4,200 euros expensive stainless steel sports exhaust system with flap control, the tailpipes of which protrude from the side of the rear wheels in AMG style.
More fresh air for the V8 biturbo
In addition, the tuner supplies the V8 engine with more fresh air by giving the G 500 a new front apron and an attachment for the bonnet; both are blessed with generously dimensioned air inlets. Also new are the roof edge wing, the new spare wheel cover and, of course, the Lorinser logo, which replaces the star in the radiator grille. The price for the complete package: 8,750 euros.
Lorinser is planning two wheel designs for the G-Class. The big solution is the one-piece RS10s forged wheel in 11x23 inches, which costs 1,150 euros each and has 295/35 R23 tires. The RS9 cast wheel in 10x22 inches is smaller and cheaper and costs € 610 per copy. The tire size here: 295/40 R22.
Inside, the saddlers let off steam and give the G 500 a 'dissolute leather landscape' that can be combined with wood, lacquer or carbon, depending on your taste. In addition, Lorinser will replace the pedals and distribute floor mats with the company logo in the interior.
A-Class special series limited to 25 copies
In every respect several sizes smallerthe Mercedes A-Class after its metamorphosis to the Lorinser Green Series, limited to 25 copies. It doesn't get its nickname for environmental reasons, but because its wheels are painted green. The 8.5x19 inch rounds in turbine design are called RS8 and are encased all around with tires of size 225/40 R19.
Before its transformation, the car was once a Mercedes A 250. Lorinser programmed for 1,290 Euros the control unit of the four-cylinder turbo gasoline engine in such a way that the output increases from 224 to 258 hp and the maximum torque from 350 to 420 Newton meters. The € 1,090 sports exhaust with four stainless steel tailpipes makes a small contribution to the power upgrade. These find a home in a rear apron insert with a diffuser look that costs 680 euros. The front apron is being redesigned by Lorinser with a 690 euro add-on part for the front bumper and attachments for the air inlets, which cost 540 euros.