Every once in a while German Special Customs (GSC) takes the nicely tricked-out Mercedes S-Class W222 out for a spin and a photshoot. These are the latest pictures of GSC Mercedes S-Class and they do a great job of showing off the styling kit.
GSC Mercedes S-Class is inspired, in spirit at least, by the 1975 Mercedes 450 SEL 6.9 which GSC believes was the best car in the world back then. That’s what they think of the new W222 generation S-Class.
That is probably why they decided not to mess around with the mechanicals of the car and instead focused on improving the looks. The styling kit German Special Customs has designed for the Mercedes S-Class include custom front bumper featuring spoiler and integrated LED day driving light strips, sport vented bonnet, custom grille, side skirts, rear diffuser, and trapezoidal tailpipes inspired by the AMG versions of the car.
Prices for the GSC Mercedes S-Class kit starts from 4,500 Euros and can be ordered in GRP or carbon fiber. The wheels are optional extra. In this case they are two-piece BBS II 21-inchers with Continental Sport Contact tires measuring 255/35R21 on the front axle and 285/30R21 on the rear.