Mercedes-Benz specialist ART has developed a new performance and styling pack for the current S-Class saloon, combing the best of elements of its previous 221 Avantgarde and Sportline GTR models with a new two-tone paint scheme. Unlike the 580hp conversion for the Mercedes G-wagon we reported about last month, for ART’s latest kit engineers focused mostly on enhancing the car’s exterior although there are some minor performance mods as well.

The car’s exterior has been dressed up with a new aerodynamic front bumper with an array of custom air intakes and distinctive cut-outs. Other changes include a unique front grille, ART badge and dual projector integrated foglamps in the front bumper.

ART has a range of power upgrades for the S-Class based around a new supercharger kit with custom intercoolers, ECU mods, and a new intake system. However, for the new two-tone S-Class engineers only added a stainless steel sports exhaust system with quad tailpipes finished in chrome. They also added an adjustable suspension lowering kit that drops the car up to 30mm.

Inside, the car gets leather and Alcantara trim, velour carpets, custom curtains and illuminated aluminum door sills.