The German chip-tuning specialist Kubatech has revealed its first ECU upgrade program for the gorgeous 2012 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG supercar. Although not as visually, um, impressive as similar tuning packages designed by, say, Mansory, this particular is also not as expensive either (well, if money is indeed an issue for a person buying an SLS AMG.)
The Belgian tuning studio Expression Motorsport, a company that offers upgrade programs for literally dozens of Mercedes models from unassuming A-Class (W168) to the extravagant 2002-2011 SLR 230, has released a ghetto-style wide body appearance kit for the 2009 W164 Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG performance SUV. Probably inspired by those aggressive-looking DTM sports cars, the new kit makes the vehicle’s wheel arches even wider and the angry front bumper even more aggressive.
Moving with a swiftness of a glacier, major car manufacturing brand gradually start to realize that there is something real behind the success of Tesla’s electric business. While most brands are still trying to increase fuel economy rating by equipping their sports cars with engines the size of a classic Coca-Cola bottle, the Tesla Roadster EVs have been selling like hot pancakes. Well, at least Mercedes-Benz starts to do something about it. Yes, the upcoming 2011 Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Gullwing supercar will really get an electric drive version. This information was officially confirmed today by the German car manufacturer.
It has only been one week since the American multi-brand tuner Vorsteiner -a company that is mostly associated with high-grade custom wheels, but also has a good reputation when it comes to all sorts of aerodynamic kits for luxury vehicles- revealed its tuning package for the 2008 BMW M3 (E92) compact sports sedan. Now, to keep the public interested, the company introduces its Black Widow tuning kit for the outrageous Mercedes-Benz CLK 63 AMG Black Series. Although sounding a bit pretentious, the kit indeed looks very organic and as aggressive as a hungry venomous spider attacking a caterpillar.
The American tuning specialist RENNtech has introduced its own version of the 2009 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG compact performance sedan. Given how comprehensive the upgrade program is, I must admit that, well, that was quick.
The German car manufacturer has finally revealed to the public some official info on, as well as photos of, its upcoming 2009 Mercedes-Benz SL 65 AMG Black Series super-coupe. Based on their current SL-Class coupe, the new vehicle not only offers you an aggressive body kit. The special edition vehicle also gives you one of the most powerful engines available for a mass-produced European car, which is coupled with a super-fast gearbox and super-effective brakes. Like a Rolex chronograph, this car is all about superlatives.
The Florida-based Renntech tuning specialist has revealed its new program for the 2008 Mercedes-Benz CLK 63 AMG Black Series super-coupe. Since Renntech’s founding father Hartmut Feyhl spent about 12 years of his life building engines for Mercedes-Benz super-car builder AMG, most of his current projects are mainly focused on engines and other things that allow you to squeeze just one more horse out of your car’s engine. Still, living in America, he doesn’t forget about looks, too.
If you plan to own the 2008 Mercedes-Benz C 63 AMG luxury sports sedan, a wonderful vehicle that actually sets industry standards among European car manufacturers, but still showing signs of harassments by the local green lobby, we have a piece of great news for you.
Just like your average higher-end Swiss watch is mostly about the exclusive exterior appointments put around a $100 mass-produced movement caliber, the new special edition 2008 Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG IWC is also almost only about the looks.
Well, it certainly looks like a day of sporty estates! After the gorgeous 2008 Audi RS 6 Avant that looks more like a jet fighter, another German car manufacturer introduces its own take an a performance SW with a lot more civil appearance. Although it took the German company almost a week to unveil the C 63 AMG version of its recently presented 2008 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate station wagon model, the wait was certainly worth it.