Germany is becoming more and more famous in the world not only for the car manufacturers but for the tuning companies, too. The tuning segment is continuously improving as the tuning firms have more and more spectacular cars to work on. And the competition is at its highest peak so they need to be inventive and unique to resist. German Special Customs (GSC) is one of these companies and they have just revealed a tuning package for the Mercedes-Benz G-Class.
The Mercedes Benz G-Class received a new body kit which consists of a restyled front bumper with built-in LED daytime running lights and a spoiler lip made from carbon fiber. There are also much wider wheel arches necessary to make room for the set of 22-inch seven-spoke forged wheels wrapped around in 305/40 R22 rubbers.
General Special Customs also equips the Mercedes Benz G-Class with larger side sills which incorporate the dual exhaust stainless steel pipes that have been integrated on both sides. The rear of the SUV features a modified bumper with a faux diffuser. Inside the cabin we are happy to find a combination of leather, Alcantara and carbon fiber appointments as well as illuminated GSC logos on the side sills. Take a look and say your opinion!
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