Mercedes-Benz A-Class W176 Gets New Look From Piecha Design

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You might remember the peeps from Piecha and JMS from a couple of months ago, when they unveiled a pretty-fied Mercedes-Benz SL Roadster (R231) that sported an entirely new front end, which in our view made the car look tons better than the stock model.
The bodykit specialists from Germany are actually accustomed with other Mercedes-Benz models as well, and they recently unveiled a new body kit for the high-selling Mercedes-Benz A-Class (W176).

Called Piecha GT if an A 180 is used as a base model and Piecha GT-R on the Mercedes-Benz A 250 with the AMG package, the new body kit by Piecha is so tastefully-designed that you would think it is made by Mercedes-AMG themselves.

After the front end of the model in the adjacent images was been fitted with the diamond engine grille from the factory, Piecha decided to add a new front spoiler that harks back to the one from AMG from a design point of view, therefore integrating nicely into the design of the car.

The rear of the model gets a new roof spoiler and rear diffuser with integrated, 4-square end exhaust tips that have apparently been taken straight from the Mercedes-Benz SL 63 AMG Roadster (R231).

A set of Piecha Design wheels complement the new look for the A-Class, with 235/35 R19 tires in the front and 255/30 R19 tires in the rear, despite the fact that the model is either front-wheel drive or front-wheel drive-based 4Matic.

Optionally, just for the front-driven models, Piecha also offers a complete exhaust system that probably also increases the power output, as the hardcore-looking A-Class in the photos below is a bit all "show, no go" from the performance point of view compared with a stock model.
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Alex handled his first real steering wheel at the age of five (on a field) and started practicing "Scandinavian Flicks" at 14 (on non-public gravel roads). Following his time at the University of Journalism, he landed his first real job at the local franchise of Top Gear magazine a few years before Mircea (Panait). Not long after, Alex entered the New Media realm with the project.
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