As we already know, the Mercedes S-Class is supposed to stand up as the best car in the world. If you’re the lucky owner of one of these W 223 vehicles, Mansory has developed a new customization program for all variants. The tuner’s program includes four main areas of customization such as design, wheels, interior, and performance. Following the Mansory style, the compete for customization brings the latest generation of the luxury saloon from Stuttgart, Germany.
The design consists of plenty of body applications in carbon fiber which accentuates the S-Class's typical elegant appearance. MANSORY opted for a carbon fiber appliance on the front air intakes. You may spot them below and to the side of the front apron, on the sills, on the exterior mirrors, and the rear apron. Also, there’s a customized carbon roof spoiler and a spoiler, and optional daytime running lights for the apron that can be ordered.
As for the wheels, the customers have great options that vary from "CS.11" or "V.6" Mansory alloy wheels and different dimensions 10.0 x 22 for the front and 10.5 x 22 for the rear back. Both rim designs will give a new elegance to the S-Class with the opportunity to happily combine the sporty and elegant vehicle’s character.
The strongest point goes to the customization program options for the interior Here the clientele gets the most freedom choosing between an interior completely wrapped in the finest leather on every conceivable component or get individual colors. Just like the exterior, the S-Class gets numerous and deliberately selective carbon applications in the interior. Along comes a leather-carbon sports steering wheel, floor mats, and aluminum pedal set, each one featuring discreet MANSORY logos.
The PowerBox ECU unit, Mansory could improve the performance of the S-Class for both the S 400d and the S 500 variants. The best part is that this unit can be successfully combined with a modified 4-pipe sports exhaust system. The Mercedes S 400d would bring an extra 65 horsepower, 137 Newton-meters, and 20km/h top speed above the stock’s delivery of 335 hp, 700 Nm, and 250 km/h V-max.
Even the acceleration is blown down by 0.6 seconds. Meanwhile, the S500 model’s upgraded engine would produce now 526 horsepower, 629 Newton-meter, 270 km/h top speed, and the 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) sprint in just 4.3 seconds. The Bavarian model knows how to create something way better than a stock model for a much high-expectation clientele category.