The most obvious changes are found on the exterior of the car, with the matte grey paint also giving the project car its name: Grey Stone Edition. Along with the tinted taillights and an entire array of small unpainted carbon fiber pars like the exterior mirror housings, rear diffuser, rear aerodynamic lip, front grill blades, roof rails and even window frames, the CL 65 AMG Grey Stone Edition exterior fit for a true carbon fiber lover.
A set of black painted 22-inch light-alloy rims completes the exterior package.
The interior is a bit antithetic color-wise, as the grey motif is nowhere to be found, with black and white being the predominant colors, including parts of the steering wheel and leather engulfed dashboard.
The carbon fiber trim parts are present in here as well, though, with parts of the leather upholstery made to look like the lightweight material.
Even though the car is not exactly an all-show-no-go to begin with, Anderson Germany has also made some modification performance wise, with the CL 65 AMG Grey Stone Edition now sporting 670 HP and around 1055 Nm (780 lb/ft) of torque, electronically limited, as usual.