The modified Mercedes-AMG GLC 63 S Coupe also arrives from the Lorinser tuning house.
In short, its 4.0-liter V8 engine instead of the factory 375 kW / 510hp and 700 Nm now has 434 kW / 591hp and 826 Nm of torque (which costs 2,499 euros), so the car from 0 to 100 km / h arrives in 3.8 seconds and can reach a maximum of 280 km / h.
Sportservice Lorinser GmbH, founded 1930 in Winnenden, Germany, is a specialist tuning company for Mercedes-Benz.
In 1935, Lorinser became Daimler AG’s official reseller and takes over the maintenance and service responsibility for the Mercedes brand. Erwin Lorinser, the founder, started to involve his son, Manfred, in the business during 1974 by appointing him as the Managing Director.
In 1976, Lorinser started tuning for Mercedes-Benz. In the same year, Lorinser’s new car dealership was established in Winnenden. By 1981, “Sportservice Lorinser GmbH” was enlisted in the Commercial Register. Since 2006, Marcus Lorinser (son of Manfred Lorinser) is leading the company’s Sportservice department.