After showcasing the Mercedes-Maybach GLS by MANSORY, MANSORY, a luxury car modification firm based in Brand, Germany, expands the Mercedes-Maybach product portfolio and launches the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class by MANSORY.
The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class by MANSORY features numerous carbon add-on parts that accentuate the already very elegant appearance of the car. The lightweight material is used on the front air intakes, below and to the side of the front apron, on the sills, on the exterior mirrors and on the rear apron. The rear apron is offered in two versions – with and without a central brake light.
The exterior experience is refined with carbon applications in the form of a roof edge spoiler and a spoiler on the tailgate, as well as the duo-tone vehicle paintwork.
The Mercedes-Maybach S-Class by MANSORY is fitted with specially developed high gloss wheels (casted) type “V.6” or “FS.23″ in the dimensions 9 x 22″ (front) and 10.5 x 22” (rear), which have been specially developed for this model. The tires are in the corresponding sizes 265/30 R22 and 305/25 R22. Both rim designs make the appearance of the vehicle sportier yet still elegant.
As for the the interior, depending on the customer’s wishes, it can be completely re-wrapped in the finest leather on every conceivable component. In addition, all seams can be changed to individual colors, such as those of the exterior paintwork. Decorated with discreet MANSORY logos, various carbon inlays, a leather sports steering wheel, floor mats and an aluminum pedal set complete the refinement of the interior.
With the help of a modified ECU unit known as “MANSORY Performance PowerBox”, luxury car modification firm improves the performance values of the Mercedes-Maybach S-Class for both the S 580 and the S 680 and combines this with a 4-pipe sports exhaust system. The resulting performance values change as follows:
Power: 600 hp (+ 97 hp)
Torque: 820 Nm (+ 120 Nm)
CO2 emissions (combined): 302 g/km / Fuel consumption (combined): 12.7 l/100km
Power: 720 hp (+ 108 hp)
Torque: 1,000 Nm (+ 100 Nm)
CO2 emissions (combined): 369 g/km / Fuel consumption (combined): 15.5 l/100km
Article Source: Lux Expose