Lorinser Lexus LS460
From Lorinser press: The Swabian samurai: Sportservice Lorinser tunes the Lexus flagship LS460. Eating "Spätzle" or "Maultaschen" with chopsticks? Unthinkable! The Swabian art of tuning, on the other hand, suits Japanese car building perfectly, as the latest design from Sportservice Lorinser proves. For the first time the designers, who normally make extravagant tailor-made clothing for Mercedes vehicles, ventured to work on an Asian. The Lexus LS460 is a dynamic vehicle - after all, this five-metre flagship has a floor area equivalent to six Tatami mats and thereby as much as an average Japanese room. Thanks to a refined aerodynamic package from Sportservice Lorinser, the elegant bodywork exudes confidence. The front apron with the spoiler gives the countenance elegant corners and edges and together with the round fog lights makes it a face in the crowd. On the sides the LS460 shows its muscles thanks to the Lorinser side sills: with dynamic verve they go directly back into the door joint.
The expressive rear is as far from insignificant thinking as the Lorinser company headquarters are from Fujiyama. All the components however, show the bold harmonic understanding of the designer. Emphasis is placed on the one hand on the decent Lorinser rear wing on the boot lid, and on the other hand the hot-blooded rear apron. This does not just accommodate an arched air inlet with a sporty race grill, but also two characteristic double exhaust end tips, which sparkle aggressively in the sun. And the heavy cavalry at the other end of the exhaust unit is ready to go at any time. The V8 has 381 horsepower (280 kW) at its command, which catapults the car from 0 to 100 in 5.7 seconds. All in all it’s a harmonious recipe, which receives its crowning jewel in the form of the attractive light-alloy wheels from Lorinser. More creations should soon follow Lorinser’s first Lexus menu. At the on-site restaurant Mille Miglia, however, guests need not worry about having to eat "Spätzle" with chopsticks in the future.