This 2016 Mercedes-Benz S-Class is equipped with the all new RENNtech S550 Sport Package. RENNtech has developed this power packed yet stylistically subtle package specifically for the S550 sedan. RENNtech achieved this with just a few modifications that make a vast improvement in the overall presence and performance of the S-Class in stock trim. The tasteful exterior upgrades start off in the rear with a pre-preg carbon fiber rear decklid spoiler, designed in-house at RENNtech and manufactured in the USA. Optional RENNtech ‘VIP Forged’ polished 10-spoke wheels are wrapped in Nitto Invo tires, complementing the elegant exterior styling in 21” front and 22” rear fitments. Adjustable suspension lowering links bring the vehicle down to the perfect ride height to present the beautifully crafted lightweight forged wheels.
The current Mercedes-Benz S550 sedan comes straight from Sindelfingen pumping out a respectable 449 horsepower and 516 lb-ft of torque. Let’s be honest, that level of performance is quite impressive for a ‘non-AMG’ model. However, the masterminds at RENNtech beg to question, what if you could be knocking on the S63 AMG’s door with just a simple ECU Upgrade? Many S550 owners, and prospective owners alike, are quickly realizing that RENNtech has answered that question with a resounding, ‘yes you can’. Thanks in part to extensive software tuning development and testing at the RENNtech US headquarters in Stuart, Florida.
The RENNtech S550 tune unleashes the true potential of the 4.7L V8 Biturbo with power figures boosted up to 540 horsepower and 705lb-ft of torque. Throttle response is also greatly improved, transforming the standard S550 sedan into the quintessential perfect blend of stately executive class and AMG-esque performance.
With a minimalistic yet effective approach, RENNtech has proven there is a void to be filled between the S550 and S63 variants. This well-rounded package is currently available for all S550 Sedan and Coupe models. If you’re more the instant gratification type, call Aristocrat Motors today in order to inquire about the turn key example featured here