/AKA Eurosport Mercedes G-Class Styling Kit

AKA Eurosport Mercedes G-Class Styling Kit

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Californian tuner AKA Eurosport has a huge crush on the G-Wagen which has resulted in them producing a number of interesting body kits for the German SUV. This is the latest incarnation of their G-Class kit, finished in a special color they call Mojave Copper flat, and by any standards it is pretty sick!

AKA Eurosport G-Class styling package includes custom carbon fiber handles, rear vents, and side mirrors, carbon fiber hood with two-tone finish, AkA Front Bumper with LED daylight & fog light, AkA Rear Bumper with taillight, side fender grilles, plus Mansory headlights and original G65 grilles and side mirrors.

The Mojave Copper flat finish we were talking about is complemented with Reventon grey accents on this car, as well as a set of Donz Montana 23” one-piece forged wheels with 305 Toyo tires. Behind them you find Brembo BBK big brake kit and above them Eurosport lowering springs with 40 mm decrease in ride height.

AKA Eurosport has also done a lot of work inside the cabin, fitting the G-Wagen with leather and Alcantara upholstery and double stitching, AKA Eurosport manufactured panoramic roof glass which is a world’s first for the G-Class, and custom Copper carbon fiber trim.

Being a product of the L.A. tuning scene, AKA G-Class also needed a kickass entertainment system. So it got a mobile computer running Windows 7 featuring a 9-inch touchscreen display, 4G LTE connectivity, GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi and… Rear passengers get their own iPad based entertainment package while the music is pumped through an Audison headunit with 4”x6” speakers, 4 tweeters, a 5.15 channel amplifier and a 12” subwoofer with custom enclosure.

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