The new 2014 Mercedes-Benz S-Class has only been out since May and already top tuners are thinking about how the luxury ride can look and perform even better. With a company name as straight-forward as German Special Customs, you can expect that the you’re going to get a kit with a unique take on the S-Class’ factory look, adding additional notes of sport and aggression to it’s already sleek styling. The majority of the changes come in the form of a new aerodynamic body kit that includes large new aprons on the front and rear, which are joined by a new front spoiler that continues the grill’s look, but with the addition of built-in LED daytime running light bars. GSC also decided to tweak the side skirts and add new ventilation openings into the hood, offer several different wheel designs with sizes up to 21-inches, include a new sport exhaust system, and lower the overall ride height. Power upgrades are also in the works, with the team expecting to squeeze an additional 65+ horsepower out of the twin-turbo V8 5.5 engine. Learn more about GSC’s latest project and how to sign-up for one for yourself on their site.