The Mercedes-Benz S-Class has been given a stealthy make-over at the hands of Mansory. Changes to the German luxury sedan include exterior and interior revisions as well as a bump in performance for both the petrol and diesel offerings.
Regarding the exterior, Mansory has accentuated the appearance of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class by installing numerous carbon add-ons throughout. This includes new front air intakes below and to the side of the front apron, on the sills on the exterior mirrors and on the rear apron. Further carbon applications like the roof and boot spoiler accentuates a sporty appearance. The front apron can be ordered with or without daytime running lights for those looking to add even more presences. This makeover is complemented by a set of 22-inch CS.11 or V.6 design forged alloy wheels.
Within the cabin, Mansory has fitted the Mercedes-Benz S-Class with fine leather on every single component. Additionally, all seams can be changed to individual colours such as those of the exterior paintwork, if the customer requests it. Numerous selective carbon applications in the interior, a leather-carbon sports steering wheel, floor mats and an aluminium pedal set complete the refinement of the interior and set further visual accents.
Where performance is concerned, Mansory has applied an ECU PowerBox unit to the S400d and S500. In the 2,9-litre straight-six turbodiesel, the standard output of 243 kW and 700 N.m of torque has been bumped up to 291 kW and 837 N.m. This grants it a claimed 0-100 km/h time of 4,8 seconds and a top speed of 270 km/h.
The petrol-powered twin-scroll turbocharged 3,0-litre straight-six, which delivers 320 kW and 520 N.m as standard, has been upped to 387 kW and 629 N.m. The result is a 0-100 km/h time of 4,3 seconds and a top speed of 270 km/h. This increase in power is joined by a quad-pipe sports exhaust system.