Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe Looks Dangerous with Prior-Design`s Wide PD75SC Body Kit

I am not that into Mercedes-Benz customizations but there are a couple of special programs that are worth mentioned in the books. One of them is the below S-Class Coupe, whose owner wanted something special out of it and took it to Prior-Design`s shop for some impressive make-overs.

The aftermarket specialists from Prior-Design tuning company are well-known for their impressive programs on many cars, particularly from BMW or Mercedes-Benz, and the S-Class Coupe seen below is definitely one of their special programs.

It involves the fitting of the tuner`s PD75SC wide body kit, which makes it extremely aggressive and imposing. The model was first highlighted last year and they were right when promise to bring a unique program.

The exterior`s outstanding features refer to the bespoke and wide front and rear bumpers, new front add-on lip spoiler, front vent inserts/frames, wide body fenders, custom rear diffuser and lower add-on spoiler, customized side skirts and so on.

In case you want to spend more money, then you can also get the PD76SC bonnet as optional, adding as well the tuner`s special trunk spoiler with wing, which is not yet presented on the model yet.

Mechanically, the model has also received high-performance lowering springs, which bring the car closed to the ground, adding increase stance and stability. The overall design is also complemented with the massive 22-inch forged PD4 alloy wheels, measuring 22 x 10 and 22 x 12, front and rear.

Inside, the technicians are also famous for their exquisite add-ons, in this case, this model receiving plenty of Nappa leather and Alcantara, with the center console, door panels of dashboard also getting dual-tone trims with blue stitching.

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Written by Eduard Huma

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