Even though Larte Design says that the overall design was based on the mirror symmetry of crystals, the dark overall look makes us think more of what something Darth Vader would probably drive if the Star Wars story would have taken place in present times.
As you can see, the car is even more imposing than when fitted with an AMG bodykit now, with the front sporting an all-new engine grille and a rectangular bumper which are about as aggressive as they get.
The rear of the car is at least as imposing, with an all-new bumper with a central F1-like LED brake light, an integrated aerodynamic diffuser that is probably useless from a technical point of view and a pair of quad exhaust tips.
The sides haven't be forgotten either, with a pair of side skirts, oversized wheel arches and a set of 22-inch light-alloy wheels with angular double spokes completing the exterior look.
As far as the engine goes, this is no GL 63 AMG sadly, but a more earthly GL 350 BlueTec. Thankfully, Larte Design didn't leave it alone, and thanks to some tinkering with the ECU, the three-liter turbocharged V6 diesel develops 290 hp and 690 Nm (509 lb ft) of torque.