Sunday, June 20, 2010

Mercedes Benz S-Class by MEC Design

Source by: Mercedes Benz S-Class By MEC Design

MEC Design, the European tuning specialist, are launching their latest body kit for the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The MEC body kit for the S-Class comes in a two phase system with enables buyers the option of having a front bumper with integrated driving and fog lights or with just a mesh.

A the back, the buyer can also opt between having a diffuser with sporty look or with a more stylish diffusers. The elegant lines are continued to the side skirts and are offered with or without LED lighting, 5 on each side, which are connected with the internal lighting.The spoiler located on the trunk cover completes the rear design perfectly. The exhaust system by MEC Design is made from mandrel-bent stainless steel tubing, stainless steel resonator and silencer. Exhaust sound is so powerful that the featured variant is even dubbed “Earthquake’ although there is also a milder variant available.

The finishing touch for the exhaust system is the embossed MEC Design emblem on the quad oval chrome tips. On the inside of the vehicle is featured the MEC Design sports multi-functional airbag steering wheel. Gripping pleasure is provided by the characteristic ergonomic handles and its prized wood inlay and leather cover. Precious velours and featured Nubuck leather embroidered with MEC Design emblem compose the footmats.

Three-piece wheels from MEC Design are present in every corner. The center piece is forged high gloss compress and the outer rims are finished in stainless steel. The front wheels come with 11×20 with 4.5 outer rims and the rear has 13×20 with 5 inch outer rims with both wrapped in 285/25 ZR 20 and 325/25 ZR 20 Hankook tires, respectively. The front axel is fitted with 10mm spacers and the rear with 19mm spacers. The entire bodywork was completed without painting or lacquering requirements.


  1. Lols got a Mercedes-Benz good enough, wonder if any owner will pay extra for the body kit, rich people. *grin*

  2. for a car as elegant as an S-class, souping it up makes it look cheap. just a personal view.

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