TopCar's ML 63 AMG Inferno in Dark Blue Looks Eerie

TopCar ML 63 AMG Inferno 10 photos
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Almost immediately after Mercedes-Benz launched the latest ML 63 AMG, some of the more avid fans of SUVs touched by the three magic letters of AMG started complaining about the somewhat lack of aggressiveness in the look of the model.
Compared with the ML 63 AMG of the W164 variety, the W164 generation is much more mellow-looking, despite packing from 525 hp to 557 hp, therefore a serious increase in both power and performance versus the outgoing model.

In order to rectify this... let's call it “minor nuisance”, the Russians from TopCar introduced what is arguably the most aggressive aftermarket bodykit that currently available for the ML 63 AMG, along with fitting the car with a range of oversized light-alloy wheels and some performance upgrades that make it worthy of the aerodynamic extras present on the model.

Called “Inferno”, the exterior package is certainly making the car stand out compared with the standard model, even though for some people it may look a bit exaggerated.

Either way, if Mercedes-AMG would ever go all-out on creating a Black Series variant of the ML 63 AMG - which they probably never will – the look of the TopCar Inferno would still make it look tame in comparison.

Recently, the Russians released more photos of a car fitted with the bodykit, painted in a dark blue color that takes only about two percent out of the evil look of the original.

Somewhat unexpected, all the extra bits and pieces that are now present of this ML 63 AMG from hell are made out of either carbon fiber or kevlar, with TopCar sparing no expense in their production. Personally, we would never be caught in something like the Inferno, but we do appreciate the quality of execution and of the materials used.
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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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