MEC Design Mercedes CLS 500 W219 Is Evil Black

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As the latest generation CLS is making its way through, the previous one still manages to get a lot of attention lately, mostly from aftermarket specialists. After Kicherer gave it a boost in styling and performance, the CLS 500 has just received a new modification package, with the kit now coming from MEC Design.

This time, the package actually targets the car’s visual appearance mostly, while offering a few light technical modifications. No boost in the power output though.

Getting to the point, the CLS 500 received a body kit that makes its appearance even meaner than the factory stock one as well as a stainless steel rear muffler that brings an aggressive sound to the game.

The list of exterior enhancements starts with a set of modified bumpers, which include LED fog lights and day lights at the front along with an “Extreme” diffuser at the back plus new side skirts with LED, a three piece trunklid spoiler and a rear window spoiler.

The package also comprises a 2010 style grille and LED mirror covers, plus a full matt black foile wrap for the vehicle’s body.

Creating the physical and visual connection to the road are the 20-inch mecxtreme III in Full Matt Black finish. In addition, the MEC Design Mercedes CLS 500 is now featuring a lower center of gravity due to its new electronic lowering system module. As said, the custom exhaust system will 4 stainless steel end pipes completes the list of exterior mods.

Finally, despite the fact that the tuners did not release any interior pictures, what we do know - and we’ll have to take their word for it - is that a carbon/leather steering wheel and new floor mats have been used.
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