Arriving in the summer of 2012 will be the all new Vorsteiner aero kit for the Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe. It will consist of a new front lip, front vent covers, new grille, fender grille covers, side skirts, rear wing and vented diffuser all made of carbon fiber. A few other options customers can choose from include 19 or 20-inch forged aluminum rims, sport exhaust system made of titanium or stainless steel, and custom Vorsteiner embroidered floor mats to match the interior colors of the Mercedes C63 AMG Coupe.
The tuning company Vorsteiner has released this teaser picture of their upcoming Rolls-Royce Ghost project. Instead of replacing the factory bumpers and OEM body panels, the tuners are going to add some aero parts such as a new front spoiler with splitter, blade attachements for the side skirts, and a carbon fiber spoiler at the rear. All of these parts are going to be made from Autoclave carbon fiber technology so customers have the peace of mind that they’re durable and strong.
A new Veilside body kit has been announced at the Tokyo Auto Salon for the Mercedes SL-Class. Calling it the Black Fortune, only 300 kits will be made by Veilside at a price of 3,000,000 JPY ($39,000 / €31,000). This is the first time the popular aero part manufacturer has constructed a kit for the Mercedes-Benz SL series. You can tell that this design came inspired by the Mercedes SL 65 AMG Black Series, yet still has some new unique features to set them apart.
After announcing plans to construct the Bentley Continental GT BR-10 kit, Vorsteiner has now released the complete pictures and a video of what the car will look like when completed. The teaser pics had us wanting more, and now we can see that Vorsteiner came through with more aesthetically pleasing aftermarket parts. Included in this Bentley Continental GT BR-10 package is a new carbon fiber body kit with new front spoiler, re-designed side skirts, and carbon fiber diffuser that fits perfectly with the stock bumper.
Here we have the latest video from Ford, who have announced plans to introduce ten new tuned cars at the upcoming SEMA Show. Starting off is a new Ford Focus with Roush Stage 3 tuning. It will feature a new induction system with a supercharger and dual exhaust. On the exterior is a matte finish along with a front lip spoiler and unique graphics. If that doesn’t suite you, Ford will have plenty of high modified Focus models on display. Six others to be exact, including one of the jobs being performed by Capaldi Racing.
The Stillen tuning company has announced a new supercharger kit for the Nissan 370Z to boost the performance. It’s been a while since we have seen any tuners tackle the Nissan sport car or the Infiniti G37, but this package looks promising. When installed on the 3.7-liter powerplant, it is said to increase the power output to around 500 horses. Stillen has comfirmed that the Nissan 370Z kit meets the California Air Resources Board regulations, and is completely legal in the United States.
Here is an all new tuning package released for the upcoming Hyundai Veloster sports car. It is said to be fitted with a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine producing 208 horsepower. This should be good for a 0 to 62 mph acceleration time under 7 seconds, and it is expected to go on sale in Europe early in 2012. However it is still not yet confirmed that the same powerplant and performance numbers will be available in the North American version of the Hyundai Veloster.
With the Porsche 911 rendering TechArt released the other day, the German tuning company has now announced a new power kit for the 997 models. From the factory the Porsche 911 produces 500 PS, so TechArt decided to add two TA 097/T3 turbochargers to boost that figure even further. Final output comes out to around 700 PS and 880 newton meters of torque. Quite impressive for the Porsche 911 3.8-liter boxer powerplant.
The German tuning company TechArt has released this quick kit for the Porsche 911 GT2 RS which they have shortened to calling it the GTStreet RS. Power has been refined to produce an extra 100 PS, bringing the total numbers to 720 PS and 900 Nm of torque. With these figures, the Porsche 997 is able to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.3 seconds while recording a top speed of 352 km/h.
G-Power is at it again, this time updating the Typhoon kit for the BMW X5 with the xDrive48i model. This car comes powered by a 4.8-liter V8 powerplant, and has received the SK III supercharger system to boost the figures. After the BMW X5 tuning was completed, the car now produces a stunning 525 horsepower and 600 newton meters of torque. At the track it can sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in just 4.7 seconds while reaching an overall top speed of 275 km/h.
The German tuners from DMC have just released their Lamborghini Murcielago Molto Veloce body kit which is based off the popular SV Edition. Starting off with the body kit, DMC redesigned the front and rear bumpers to increase downforce, then added a SV style diffuser. All these parts are made in pure carbon fiber by an Autoclave Vacuum oven. The exhaust you see exiting the rear holds a rear silencer, but customers have the option of extending the look with a sport metallic catalytic converter. Now let’s move onto the important facts, the performance tuning for the Lamborghini Murcielago Molto Veloce come next.
Novitec loves to tune Italian cars and has now released a new kit for the Alfa Romeo Giulietta. Starting under the hood with the 1.4 TB 16 V engine, Novitec increased the numbers to 141 PS from the factory 120 PS. The 1.4 MultiAir was boosted from the original 170 PS to 195 PS, and the Alfa Romeo Giulietta holding the 1.8-liter turbocharged powerplant received a total of 261 PS and 385 newton meters of torque.