German tuning house Lorinser is well known for their work on different Mercedes-Benz models from little A-Class to luxury S-Class. They have even worked on the tiny smart fortwo.
Now for the first time Lorinser designers have done something to a car from Japan.
Their first Japanese project is the five-meter(16.4 ft) luxury Lexus LS460. Lorinser designers created a new aerodynamic package that makes the LS460 more muscular and sporty.
Changes on the front include a new front apron, front spoiler, round fog lights and side sills. Changes on the rear are more noticeable and include a rear wing on the boot lid, rear apron that incorporates arched air inlet with sporty race grill and double exhaust end tips.
Final touch is given by light-alloy wheels from Lorinser.
Under the hood is the same V8 with 381 horsepower that takes the car from 0 to 100 km/h (0-62 mph) in 5.7 seconds. According to Lorinser more creations should soon follow Lorinser’s first Lexus menu.