Santa Ana, Calif. - High Performance Systems, LLC (HPS), today confirmed that they will be displaying at the 2006 Los Angeles Auto Show in the tuner and aftermarket section in Kentia Hall in the L.A. Convention Center, January 4-15.
On January 4-5, HPS engineering and marketing representatives will be on hand to answer questions the media may have during the show's press days. From January 6-15, the show opens to the public.
The HPS booth will be K-300, right at the front entrance of Kentia hall on the far left-hand side. Visitors can expect to see a very special car and will be able to touch and feel all the various component parts, most of which are produced by HPS in-house.
"We're excited to exhibit at our first top-market North American auto show," said Adam Follman, vice president of sales and marketing. "While our first-generation bolt-on system was a workhorse and impressive in its own right, the second-generation intercooled system is a true force to be reckoned with. We invite everyone to come check it out."
The system is available for just about all V8-powered Mercedes-Benz vehicles including C-, CL-, CLK-, E-, G-, ML-, S-, and SL- Class models. It produces gains of up to 100 horsepower and 100 ft.-lbs. of torque.
Directions, hours of operation, and general information for the L.A Auto show can be found at www.laautoshow.com.
High Performance Systems, LLC is a privately held company that specializes in leading edge engineering for Mercedes-Benz automobiles. For more information call (714) 557-5310 or access www.myhps.com.
Note: HPS performance testing is conducted under laboratory controlled conditions. The performance values quoted apply to certain models only and not all models will achieve the same results. Actual customer vehicle performance values may be higher or lower than stated due to individual customers' vehicle condition and other factors beyond HPS' control. Unauthorized vehicle modifications may also affect performance.