• Feb 14, 2008


click above image to view more images of the Lorinser Nardo3 Mercedes SL

Perennial Mercedes-Benz tuner Lorinser is coming to Geneva with some new toys. Highlighting its booth at the fast-approaching auto salon will be the Nardo3. Based on the outgoing Mercedes SL AMG roadster, the Nardo3 borrows its name from the high-speed test track in Italy and strives to live up to the name by boosting power from the twin-turbo V12 to 660 hp. It also features some slick aero mods, including a new rear bumper with integrated exhaust outlets and a new front end to match. Although Mercedes has already announced its new AMG SL-Class roadsters, Lorinser will only produce 50 copies of the Nardo3 and should have no trouble selling them.

Lorinser will also be showcasing its modifications for diesel Mercedes-Benz cars with the C-Class T-Model that upgrades the C320 T CDI with revised electronics, boosting power from a perfectly adequate 224 hp to 261.


[Source: World Car Fans]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Why would anyone buy that over a Brabus or Wald?
      • 6 Years Ago
      I sure hope those new aero body "enhancements" enhance speed, because damn do they ever uglify a beautiful car.
      Larry
      • 6 Years Ago
      What? No "clothesline" on the trunk?