2012 Mercedes-Benz ML-Class by Lorinser

Tuning

A new widebody package and custom interior are the primary elements of the tuning program.

The Mercedes tuning specialist has returned with a new widebody program for the current ML-Class SUV, which it plans to showcase at this weekend's Tuning World Bodensee, held in Friedrichshafen on Lake Constance. With regards to the exterior styling, the aerodynamic package is made up of an aggressive front bumper with elaborate air intakes, 30mm arch extensions, side skirts, and rear apron with integrated diffuser.

The ride height has been reduced by 40mm courtesy of sports springs or a lowering module depending on the suspension, while the ML rides on 22-inch RS9 light alloys wrapped in Yokohama tires. Interior enhancements can be made upon request, and range from a completely reupholstered leather cabin to personalized floor mats.

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