Like many of you we too believe that Lorinser design is not really the best in business, but their products always have a special charm and prestige, and for that reason we think they’re cool! Here’s their latest job, which is a refinement program for the 2010 Mercedes E-Class Coupe. It features optimized ECU, a full body kit, new wheels, tweaked suspension and some interior upgrades.
Staring from the front, you notice an all-new grille and heavily modified aerodynamic bumper with LEDs in it. Then on each side you get new side skirts and typical fender vents. And when you get to the back of the car, you see a roof and a bootlid spoiler, a new and fairly big air diffuser and quad tailpipes of the car’s new sport exhaust system.
These stainless steel mufflers along with some adjustments made into the car’s electronic control unit which increases the performance, give the E-Coupe a deeper soundtrack to match with its meaner looks.
Furthermore, Lorinser installs sport springs on the car’s suspension which lowers the ride height by 30mm. And a finishing touch they offer the one-piece 20-inch lightweight RS9 alloys which come in traditional Lorinser design. Inside, the tuner intends to make a more sporty atmosphere by using Aluminium pedals and an instrument cluster with a scaling of up to 330 km/h, as well as floor mat set with leather lining and embroidered Lorinser emblem and the illuminated door sills.