Packing a big punch.
The epitome of luxury and class from Mercedes-Benz is the S-Class. It’s legendary build quality, prestige, and presence makes it the benchmark of the segment. The new W222-generation S-Class continues to set standards in the automotive world and German Special Customs is looking to raise the bar even higher.
The S-Class and S 63 AMG models can all receive the dramatic visual upgrades from German Special Customs. Although the entire program is still being developed, the team was able to shed light on what to expect in terms of body work.
The W222 S-Class has a dramatic and aggressive fascia. A larger front apron with front spoiler bumper bar and integrated LED daytime running lights add a bit of snarl to the executive luxury sedan. The new hood and grille do not wear the three-pointed star, but the two components offer improved intake and ventilation to help reduce temperatures in the engine bay. A new set of side skirts help to visually lower the ride height of the S-Class. At the rear, German Special Customs installed a subtle trunk spoiler while a large bumper features integrated quad trapezoidal exhaust tips that mimic the shape of the LED taillights.
The German Special Customs S-Class’s chassis will undergo a fine-tuning. The suspension is expected to be modified and lowered for a better center of gravity, while a new set of XL wheels and tires measuring 21-inches in diameter will fill in the big fenders.
One of the most exciting upgrades will come for the 5.5-liter twin-turbocharged V-8 of the S 63 AMG. The engine is expected to receive a full host of modifications that should yield a total of 850 horsepower.
The new German Special Customs Mercedes-Benz S-Class (W222) upgrade program is currently in development and will be available at a later date.
Source: German Special Customs