Lorinser Previews the 2012 Mercedes-Benz M-Class

Teaser

Lorinser has just revealed their first teaser image of their new program for the Mercedes M-Class.

Lorinser loves the Benzes, as we have seen previously with the CLS and S-Class. The Mercedes-Benz M-Class SUV is the latest recipient of the tuning company's affections, receiving a bold redesign. They have just released a teaser photo of their latest work so far, as it is still being developed. The tuning kit (so far) comprises of a redesigned front-end, including a new front grille and redesigned front bumper complete with LED daytime running lights. The front fenders now have air vents.

New side skirts were also affixed complete with air intakes. It sits on a set of custom lightweight alloys. Lorinser is still developing their aftermarket program for the 2012 Mercedes-Benz M-Class and it should arrive sometime in late winter/spring 2012.

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