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Topcar Unveils "Inferno" Tuning Kit for Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe

TopCar Design is among the first tuners to unveil a new bodykit for the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe.
Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe "Inferno" by Topcar Design 5 photos
Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe "Inferno" by Topcar DesignMercedes-Benz GLE Coupe "Inferno" by Topcar DesignMercedes-Benz GLE Coupe "Inferno" by Topcar DesignMercedes-Benz GLE Coupe "Inferno" by Topcar Design
The German SUV gets an extensive exterior package from the Russian tuning company. While the finished car will be publicly unveiled at this year’s 2016 Geneva Motor Show, the tuner stated that the individual parts and the full kit are already available for order.

This is not the first “Inferno” body kit made by Top Car, and we have a feeling it will not be the last. The Russian company is specialized in extreme design kits for premium cars and only develops packages for Porsche, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Range Rover.

If you recently bought a Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe and desire to customize it with this package, hold on to your checkbook, because it is pricey.

The entire body kit shown in the photo gallery costs €17,080 (around $18,400) without carbon parts or €20,250 (approx. $21,900) with carbon parts, installation included. However, not all the parts in the kit are available in carbon fiber, which explains the rather small price difference between the two versions of the aerodynamic package.

TopCar’s offer for the Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupe includes a front bumper, a new grille, a spoiler for the center of the front bumper, and LED lights for the bumper. The package also includes an aggressive hood, front fender flares, front door panels, rear door lining or rear door panels with air ducts.

For the profile of the car, the tuners propose a set of side skirts, wheel spacers, and a choice of alloy wheels. For the GLE Coupe's back end, the tuners suggest a rear spoiler, rear fender extensions, a rear bumper with air intakes, and a rear air diffuser.

The Russians at TopCar partner with ADV1 Wheels, so that is where the alloys pictured are coming from. The braking system shown in the gallery is from Brembo while Akrapovic makes the exhaust system.

The tuning company has partners in Japan, Europe, and the United States of America.


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