In fact, the tuner said that the exterior of the German brand’s flagship sedan has been “deliberately kept discreet” to suit the needs of “the classic S-Class clientele”.
The changes consist of add-ons to the front, sides and rear of the car, new side mirror caps, trunk- and roof-mounted spoilers, and a few other tweaks, all of which are made of carbon fiber. The front LED strips are optional, and so are the aftermarket wheels, which on this car measure 10×22-inch in size at the front and 10.5×22-inch at the rear.
Mansory can do many things to the interior of the 2021 S-Class. Thus, depending on what the owner wants, they can reupholster it in various shades, add a leather-carbon steering wheel, carbon fiber appliques, aluminum pedals and exclusive floor mats, and put their logos on different parts.
Mind you, this isn’t a case of all show and no extra go, as Mansory have bumped the output and torque of the S400d and S500 models to 395 PS (389 HP / 291 kW) and 837 Nm (617 lb-ft) of torque, and 526 PS (519 HP / 387 kW) and 629 Nm (464 lb-ft) respectively.
The diesel version features 65 PS (64 HP / 48 kW) and 137 Nm (101 lb-ft) more than the stock offering, taking 4.8 seconds to hit 100 km/h (62 mph), down 0.6 seconds, and being able to accelerate to 270 km/h (168 mph). The petrol model boasts an extra 91 PS (90 HP / 67 kW) and 109 Nm (80 lb-ft), does the 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 4.3 seconds, 0.6 seconds quicker than stock, and can also hit 270 km/h (168 mph).