Tuned First-Generation Mercedes CLS Shines

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One of the vehicles that has brought a significant contribution to the increased popularity of the four-door coupe segment in the Mercedes-Benz CLS. The second generation of the vehicle, which was introduced at this year's Paris Auto Show, is now available for order, offering a wide range of goodies that are aimed at catering for your transportation needs. However, we haven't forgotten the first generation of the CLS, ans this is why we've decided to offer you a tuned incarnation of the vehicle.

The special CLS you see here has been brought to this form by the Platinum Motorsport American aftermarket developer. Actually, we are talking about a Carlsson CK65 (the vehicle had already been touched by Carlsson) that has attended a tuning after-party, receiving even more mods.

The four-door coupe has been gifted with a Carlsson aerodynamic kit that manages to offer it a new identity without using elements that are too extreme.

At the front of the car, we can find a bumper add-on element that comes with additional air intakes, as well as custom headlights that use a black theme. Moving to the sides, we find new side skirts that come with air intakes placed in front of the rear wheels, as well as new front wings that offer a beefed-up appearance and come with air vents.

The rear of the vehicle has been fitted with a boot lid spoiler and a modified apron, which comes with side air vents, a carbon fiber diffuser and houses a set of custom quadruple exhausts.

Other mods include tinted windows, smoked taillights, two generously-sized black stripes that run from the bonnet to the rear of the vehicle, as well as a set of Agetro W150 rims that come in a 21-inch size and use a black finish.
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