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Piecha Design Mercedes ML

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There is a new aftermarket kit available for the Mercedes ML from Piecha Design and it’s called Evorian RS. This package includes a full body kit, suspension modification, new exhausts and a set of wheels, but no performance upgrade.

The aerodynamic body kit that Piecha provides manages to increase the ML’s appeal remarkably, but it is still not quite as good as the ML63 AMG kit that you can obtain from Mercedes themselves. Piecha’s kit includes add-on parts for the front and rear bumpers, new LED daytime running lights, illuminated side sills, diffuser and four big exhaust pipes.

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As for the wheels you get PIECHA dp1-CC Silver light metal wheel rims in three-part style in size 10×22 inches in front and a full 11.5×22 inches at the rear. The complete wheel set is complemented with Continental high performance tyres in 275/35ZR22 and 315/30ZR22 sizes, and H&R suspension components that drop the car by 35 mm at the front and by as much as 50 at the rear.

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Pricing of each bit including VAT and assembly:

H&R lowering spring set (VA 35mm, HA 50mm) 385.00 Euro

PIECHA ETS lowering module for Airmatic 1,730.00 Euro

PIECHA day headlights front bottom (only M-Class) 495.00 Euro

PIECHA illumination in side sills
(4 LEDs per side, incl. vehicle-specific cable set) 298.00 Euro

PIECHA chrome aerowings (6 pcs) for the cowling 89.00 Euro

PIECHA RS tail diffuser (also suitable for AHK ) as of Mopf 485.00 Euro

PIECHA 4-tube exhaust retrofitting 398.00 Euro

PIECHA Power Converter Intermedia RC 357.00 Euro

Wheel set PIECHA dp1-CC high-gloss silver with high-gloss polished stainless steel outer base
Front 10.0 x 22 with 275/35ZR22 Continental – Rear 11.5 x 22 with 315/30ZR22 Continental

Complete wheel set 5,990.00 Euro

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