German super-tuner Lorinser has just revealed its first tuning program for the 2009 Mercedes-Benz SL-Class coupe-convertible.
Besides the usual highly-aggressive body kit, there is also a new set of wheels and rubber, and a customized exhaust system to give the facelifted SL-Class a better voice and to pack a couple of more horses under its hood.
The body kit consists of a new front bumper, a set of side sills and a new rear bumper with an integrated diffuser and a place for the new exhaust system.
Although quite sporty, the body kit nevertheless doesn’t look as charismatic as the appearance set revealed by Brabus in April this year. Perhaps, Lorinser’s designers just a little bit overdid it, giving the car a toy-like appearance.
Well, maybe in real life it will look better than on the promo photos, Idunno.
Just as usual, there is also lots of high-grade carbon inside and outside of the car, including gearshift paddles on the steering wheel and an apron attached to the front bumper.