Posted 18 December, 2019 at 15:12
Mercedes-Benz highlights the sporty 3-box design of the new A-class Saloon. The renowned tuner Sportservice Lorinser is delighted with the comeback of compact sports saloons with the star logo. Among other things, the company uses attractive aero parts to strongly underline the sporty design of the A-Class Saloon. The front is further enhanced with an additional front splitter (€820) and aero flaps (€642). The 19-inch Lorinser alloy wheels type RS8 with spokes resembling turbine blades add even more visual action. The design is an iconic element of the Sportservice Lorinser wheel range. But it is not only the look that offers plenty of power:
For 2020, Sportservice Lorinser is currently completely revising its range of power boosts for the A-Class. A new and even more extensive array of engine upgrades will therefore be available from February, at a price of €1499 each. This takes the potent A 250 (also as a 4-matic), for example, from 224 HP (165 kW) and 350 Nm to 262 HP (193 kW) and 415 Nm. The smaller engines will also develop significantly more power: On the A 180 d, the power increases from 116 HP (85 kW) to 131 HP (97 kW), while the maximum torque goes from 260 to 294 Nm. The A 200, which usually has 163 HP (120 kW), can then deliver 189 HP (139 kW), with the torque increasing from 250 to 300 Nm. The A 220 4-matic comes from the factory with 190 HP (140 kW) and will still be able to maintain its advantage – the Lorinser power boost can take it to 231 HP (170 kW). The new torque is then an impressive 419 instead of 350 Nm. With all this, there should be nothing standing in the way of a renaissance for compact sports Saloons!
Details and order addresses at www.sportservice.lorinser.com.