Posts Tagged ‘mercedes benz s-class tuning’

MEC Design Mercedes-Benz S550

Monday, June 14th, 2010:

MEC Design Mercedes-Benz S550

Sitting as one of the most exclusive luxury cars in the world, the new Mercedes-Benz S550 W221 S-Class is very reasonably priced. By offering premium quality options on materials, MEC Design tuned their their W221 to the extreme. One disadvantage might be the ordinary exterior, based on the S550 from 2007 with AMG bumpers, but is also outfitted with huge wheels, sports exhaust, lowered suspension, a new steering wheel, and floor mats. MEC Design also fitted their fully tuned W221 with MECxtremell three piece rims with flatbed; satin Edition with other options available. The front range from 11Jx20-inch (4,5 outer lip) and the rear has 12.5Jx20-inch (5,5 outer lip) with 295 and 325 tires respectively.

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MEC Design Mercedes Benz S-Class

Friday, April 24th, 2009:


European car tuning company MEC Design has released a new body kit for the Mercedes Benz S-Class with several options for the customer. The front received a two-face front bumper hookup which allows the customer to choose between having the air intakes filled with daytime running lights and fog lights, or simply mesh. Moving onto the rear of the vehicle, you have the option of a rear diffuser or a sport version diffuser which you see pictured. A custom stainless steel quad exhaust system is installed with either diffuser option. With the custom exhaust, the owner is given the option of the ‘Earthquake’ version which delivers maximum sound, or they can choose a milder version that is close to the stock sound.

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Relux Mercedes Benz S-Class

Tuesday, April 21st, 2009:


German car tuning company Relux brings us the luxuriuos Mercedes Benz S-Class with a stealthy all black look. Although the company is from Germany, their products are more popular in Dubai and Asia. For this Mercedes S-Class model they chose to go with several interesting exterior modifications. At the front is a new spoiler with daytime running lights added, which remains questionable in the looks department. The rear received a new bumper with a large diffuser allowing the awkwardly shaped exhaust pipes to be installed. To top off the exterior, 20″ matte black wheels and dark tint give this Mercedes S-Class the stealth look.

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