The guys at CFC Styling Station SUNDERN DESIGN-WORLD got hold of another sick car – this time a Mercedes S65 AMG – for a premium wrapping, and fitted it with a few extras as well. They used a special, flexible foil for this one, called CFC Carbody Coloring. The varnish can be applied on all surfaces, even the glass, and protect the parts from dents as well as fading, because it has UV filters in it.
Pretty awesome foil then. You just need to be careful picking the right colors from around 100 shades CFC offers – from matt, metallic and printed up to flip-flop colors. A bad color combo will ruin the whole car. Also, steer clear of the LSD doors if you don’t want to look like an idiot.
This particular S65’s hood, top and boot lid are foiled with KK-Cocoon Xirallic KKCO X50, and the rest in Pearl White coated with Carbody Coloring. It is actually a 2006 car, upgrade to the 2011 looks by a company called Silver-Color, who fitted it with new front and rear bumpers, new door sills, new radiator case and also new door mirror, as well as front and rear lamps, and widened wheel arches.
The interior is finished in black-and-white nappa quilting by S&N Design GbR.