The folks over at Lorinser have added a custom touch to the Mercedes-AMG GLC63 S Coupé, including a power increase and a set of wheels retro-inspired wheels.

The LM2R Light alloy wheel design aims to bridge the gap between the era of modern AMGs and the likes of Affalterbach’s W140, W126, W124 and 190e builds of the late 1970s and early '80s. Indeed, the design is reminiscent of the items used on the brand’s classic heroes, only now they measure 21 inches in diameter

The wheels can be finished in "Hypersilver" or black but, at a special request, Lorinser will paint it in a colour of your choice. Further altering the exterior styling are a set of carbon-fibre door mirror covers and some body updates (including that rear spoiler).

Adding character to the GLC63 S is an in-house-developed power module for the twin-turbo 4,0-litre V8, which pushes peak outputs from the stock 375 kW and 700 N.m of torque to 441 kW and 829 N.m. The tuner has yet to release performance figures.

Original article from Car