I personally feel that saloons like the Mercedes CL W216 seldom need an exterior body trim but even then, breaking the monotonous look is justified at times. In case you are in the mood to give you car an aggressive look, MEC is there for you with its latest Bodykit for the Mercedes CL W216. The kit includes a new aggressive front bumper with revised grille. On the rear, the car can be fitted with a three-piece spoiler and you get to choose from two rear diffusers-elegant or extreme sports. Also, there is a sports exhaust system with four massive tailpipes. On the sides you get bold side-skirts with available LED lighting. There is a choice of flat black or chrome MEC I three-piece wheels measuring 10.5×22 front and 11.5×22 rear.
The Volkswagen Golf VI is somehow a very simple commuter that does well with a bit of a trimming job. In case you posses one, RDX Racedesign has come up with a very impressive styling kit for the Golf VI which promises to render the bunny stylish.
It offers a front spoiler extension (Price: €149), aggressive side skirts (Price: €149) and a modified rear skirt (Price: €149) which has a diffuser that can be outfitted in a number of color options. There is also a roof spoiler (Price: €149) and headlight masks (Price: €149). With all these parts individually bearing the same price you can keep factoring them in one by one. Also, all these parts come with a general operating license and a two-year warranty against material and manufacturing defects. The first 50 customers to purchase the entire kit will get it for €579 instead of the €645-so what are you thinking!
A Russian design studio in Moscow has some ideas for the Porsche Cayenne. Status Design is calling the design the ‘body-whale’ kit. And if you ask me, ‘it don’t look like no whale.’ Maybe a stingray. Status Design most likely wants us to think marine-animal as in sleekness and power, but a whale? The front is not unlike the Peugeot with its four-tiered grille or am I not seeing the strings to open and close that thing. The kit is made out of high-quality plastic and carbon.
And although the folks in Russia are ingenious, resilient and resourceful, coming up with good names to give to their designs, it’s not their best though.
The Range Rover Sport is surely a smart looker that captures attention with ease. Obviously knowing this, the folks from Concept802 has released a Platinum R wide body kit for the Sport model that seems to enhance the company’s cool bravado. Complete with new front and rear bumpers, side skirts, a new front grille, and a carbon fiber rear diffuser housing those Concept802-designed exhaust tips, the entire kit surely revs up the style quotient a couple of notches. You also get the luxury of choosing from the custom 3-piece forged alloy V2 wheels in a multi-spoked and “deep dish” design, which ranges from 19 to 24 inches in size. Already represents class, style and luxury, the Concept802 kit adds further flamboyance for you to drool on.
MEC Design has brought out its latest aero kit for the Mercedes Benz CLS Class. The entire gear comes with an extended front skirt, a chin spoiler with a choice of fog lights or mesh inserts, flared fenders, special MEC designed wheels and a choice between a sports diffuser or a rear bumper at the back. For most parts, the new aerodynamic additions add very little other than extra bulk on the CLR and with beyond a 40-70mm lowered suspension and a few tweaks to the exhaust; this is unlikely to set the pulse racing for the Mercedes fans. Is it just another muscle-up job for an amazing coupe sedan?