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2015 Mercedes C-Class by Carlsson

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As one of the most prestigious Mercedes-Benz tuners, Carlsson took their time to tailor a special kit for the new Mercedes C-Class sedan W205. The package is now ready, and it’s a through treatment covering everything from aerodynamics, to suspension, wheels, interior, and a comprehensive tuning program for all available engines.

The new Mercedes C-Class by Carlsson features an aggressive look at the front brought on by a redesigned front bumper featuring large air intakes and Carlsson RS front spoiler lip. It also gets the Carlsson grille with a single chrome horizontal bar and matching Carlsson logo plus steel mesh background. Modifications continue with a pair of side skirts, and two-piece RS rear apron with diffuser insert that can be painted two-tone on request, and chrome tailpipe surrounds.

Chassis upgrades for Mercedes C-Class by Carlsson consist of uprated sport springs calibrated to work with the standard dampers, resulting in a 30mm lowering. Adjustable coilovers are also available. The effect of the new suspension is perfected with a set of Carlsson wheels available in 18, 19 and 20-inch diameter. You can choose between 1/10 Brilliant and Titanium, 1/10 Graphite, and /16 RS Diamond and Titanium Editions.

The interior treatment is pretty much bespoke, and includes a wide range of leather types and colours, as well as an option to have your family crest or personal logo engraved or printed in the leather or in the bespoke wood or carbon-fiber trim inserts. Other highlights include branded floor mats, entry sill scuff plates featuring an illuminated Carlsson logo, aluminium door-lock pins, and alloy pedal set.

Details of the engine upgrade program are yet to be revealed.

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