Tecnocraft Doesn't Care About the Mercedes C63 AMG Facelift
The modification kit brings exterior and interior modifications but doesn’t play with the vehicle’s tech side - the modification pack might bring tech upgrades, but the tuning company hasn’t offered any info for these.
The front bumper, which already comes with a high level of aggression when it leaves the factory, has been gifted with a splitter, while the wheel arches are now beefier, with the vehicle using a widebody look. The car is dressed in a custom silver coat.
The vehicle’s AMG rims have been replaced with a set of ADV.1 wheels that use a clean five-spoke design and a black finish. In the interior, we find racing-inspired modifications, such as a carbon fiber driver seat and a custom gear lever.
Here’s how the aftermarket specialist describes itself: “Our long-standing proprietary dry carbon fiber production techniques officially evolved into Tecnocraft in 2007, but for nearly two decades, Tecnocraft lineage, heritage, and experience has embraced a singular philosophy rivaling only that of Formula One, Military Defense, and Aerospace carbon composite manufacturing: [function over form].”
“Following careful observation of carbon fiber [performance enthusiasts] needs and [motorsport community] trends, Tecnocraft brand products are specifically developed for the exotic aftermarket niche.”
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