Mercedes G-Klasse Becomes A.R.T. G streetline STERLING
The pack, which uses the G streetline Sterling name, is based on the G400 CDI V8 incarnation of the car. The oil-burning unit has received a high-performance exhaust system that uses six tailpipes (three on each side), as well as an ECU remap. The engine’s output has been increased from 251 to 292 hp, while the torque. As we are speaking about a diesel engine the icing on the cake is represented by the torque and this creation has lots of it, 624 Nm, to be precise.
The tuning company has played with the vehicle’s suspension and installed a set of 22-inch monoART1 lightweight alloy rims that come in a Designo Alanit-gray finish and use 315/30R22 tires.
We’ve reached the exterior of the vehicle, where things could be considered as being controversial. But let’s move on. The car has received a widebody kit that includes a new front bumper with LED daytime running lights, a fresh bonnet with air intakes, beefy wheel arches, redesigned side skirts, a new rear bumper with LED lights, as well as a roof spoiler that also uses LEDs for the additional brake light. The vehicle’s headlights have been ditched for new ones that use bi-Xenon technology.
The vehicle is dressed in a two-tone color scheme, with customers being able to choose between Magno blue-black and Designo Alanit-grey.
The interior has received a complete makeover, being gifted with a Nappa leather finish with British Racing Green quilting, carbon fiber trimming, a sports multifunction steering wheel, as well as individual, electric powered rear seats. The rear passengers enjoy multiple goodies, such as a handcrafted center console, LED floor lighting, monitors (incorporated in the front headrests) and others.
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