There are always new tuning trends, and currently they are Camouflage foils again very popular in all variations. In the 1990s, camouflage wrapping would probably have caused mockery and ridicule in the tuning scene, but now this type of exterior design of the body of a tuned vehicle has become an indispensable part of the scene. Regardless of whether it is a small car, a super sports car or a huge SUV, the look is suitable for every type of vehicle and ensures a sporty and at the same time somewhat martial appearance. So also with this one Mercedes C-Class long version, which is based in China, and was staged by its owner well worth seeing. We are now introducing the vehicle to you in more detail.
Cool Benz with aha-effect.
It's not just the camouflage wrap that looks a bit like the cow-patch design, but that too FeelAir air suspensionthat makes this C-Class look sporty and eye-catching. Pressed down low and crouching just a little over the asphalt, the Benz creates a huge show effect when you let it down all the way. The fit BBS RS rimsthat come in 19-inch format, in our opinion like a fist on the eye. With their deep bed optics and the classic BBS design, which has been popular for decades, and unfortunately often above all in China is illegally copied, they show a certain finesse in terms of tuning on almost every car, and can be used individually.
The modified Front spoiler on the other hand is almost completely lost due to the camouflage foiling, just like that side skirts. The conspicuous one diffuser is clearly differentiated from the foiling, so that it can add visual accents to the rear of the vehicle. It is also noticeable that the Slightly modified camber was, and also the Wheel arches are pulled. The so-called Camber-Tuning with Hellaflush is extremely popular in the Chinese tuning scene, and of course this Benz is no exception.
The interior remained standard.
In the interior, except for the installation of Control unit for the Airride chassis No modifications were made, so that the full comfort of a well-equipped long version of the C-Class was fully retained.
2-liter turbo gasoline engine provides propulsion.
A turbo gasoline engine with a displacement of 2 liters, the 184 PS and 300 Newtonmeter maximum torque. Equipped in this way, the modified one sprints Chauffeur limousine from 7,8 to 0 km / h in a brisk 100 seconds and reaches a top speed of 226 kilometers per hour. Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a 7G-Tronic automatic with seven speed levels. This makes the C-Class an ideal motorway glider for anyone who has to scurry quickly from appointment to appointment.
Our conclusion to the Mercedes C200L:
It's pretty cool what the tuner came up with when he got the idea for one Camouflage Benz to put on the wheels that does not look aggressive or militaristic, but looks cool and sporty thanks to its black and white camouflage spots. Thus, the C-Class would cut a good figure at every European tuning meeting. If you liked the Mercedes, we recommend you take a look at the picture gallery that we have provided for you at the end of the article. If we get more information about the changes, there will of course be an update for this report. You will be informed of this if you simply use ours Feed subscribe to. Have fun watching the pictures and stay true to us!
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Mercedes C200L (V205) with cool camouflage foiling!
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