24 November 2014

Nissan Juke Nismo by Senner Tuning


Senner Tuning has taken the wraps off their customized Nissan Juke Nismo. Dubbed the Juke Sport Box, the model has been equipped with candy red carbon fiber mirror caps, lowering springs (which reduce the ride height by 35mm) and 20-inch Barracuda Tzunamee wheels that are wrapped in Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta tires. The crossover also has Philips Silver Vision Chromium lights and a park distance control system.
For added performance, the tuner installed a high-flow air filter, an optimized ECU and a stainless steel sports exhaust system. Thanks to these modifications, the turbocharged 1.6-liter four-cylinder engine develops 225 HP (165 kW) and 275 Nm (202 lb-ft) of torque - an increase of 25 HP (18 kW) and 25 Nm (18 lb-ft) of torque.
The crossover is currently on sale and Senner Tuning is asking €37,650 ($50,605) for it.

Source: Senner Tuning

Mercedes SLS AMG Roadster by MEC Design


MEC Design has introduced a new styling program for the Mercedes SLS AMG Roadster. Starting up front, the model has been equipped with an aggressive front bumper, LED daytime running lights and a carbon fiber front lip spoiler. Moving further back, there's carbon fiber mirror caps, extended side skirts and 20- / 21-inch mecxtreme3 alloy wheels with high-performance tires. There's also sport springs, a carbon fiber rear spoiler and a rear diffuser that draws inspiration from the SLS AMG Black Series.
Interior pictures were not released but the cabin has an Alcantara-wrapped sports steering wheel, carbon fiber trim and MEC Design floor mats.

Source: MEC Design

1986 Porsche 911 rebuilt by DP Motorsport


DP Motorsport has decided to celebrate Porsche 911's 50th anniversary by rebuilding a 1986 model and calling it the 911 3.2 Sleeper. The tuner was able to shave off no less than 280 kg (617 lbs) from the car's weight so it now tips the scales at just 905 kg (1,995 lbs). This was possible by stripping out the cabin and removing paint and undercoating. The car was basically rebuilt using lightweight components and body parts, including Perspex (acrylic glass) windows. It was then lacquered in metallic rock-green to create a special look.
The 3.2-liter engine benefits from a series of upgrades like ported and flowed cylinder heads, enlarged throttle valve, lightened flywheel, two HJS 100 cell catalytic converters and a RSR titanium racing exhaust. As a result of these changes, the mill outputs 270 HP (199 kW) and 307 Nm (226 lb-ft) and is mated to a five-speed gearbox with a limited-slip differential.
The changes don't end here as the 911 3.2 Sleeper by DP Motorsport has received Bilstein shock absorbers and 16-inch Fuchs alloys wrapped around in Michelin semi slicks. Inside it gets 935-like lollipop seats, RS carpet, Williams four-point harnesses, an anti-roll bar and a sport steering wheel.
This particular car is available for 89,911 EUR (about 119,000 USD or 76,800 GBP).

Source: DP Motorsport

Mercedes B-Class by Carlsson


Carlsson has introduced a new tuning program for the Mercedes B-Class. Starting with the exterior, the model can be equipped with an aerodynamic body kit that includes a front spoiler, revised side skirts, a tailgate-mounted spoiler and a new rear bumper with an integrated diffuser. The tuner also offers lowering springs (which reduce the ride height by 30mm), a four-tailpipe stainless steel sports exhaust system and unique alloy wheels in sizes ranging from 18- to 20-inches.
Interior changes are limited but customers can order alloy pedals, tailored floor mats and special door pins. The company can also create a bespoke cabin with premium leather upholstery, among other things.
On the performance front, the B180 can be tuned to produce 146 HP (107 kW). The B200, on the other hand, can be massaged to develop 187 HP (138 kW) and 300 Nm (221 lb-ft) of torque. Lastly, the B250 can be upgraded to produce 253 HP (186 kW) and 420 Nm (310 lb-ft) of torque.

Source: Carlsson

Mercedes-Benz G65 AMG by Hamann with TopCar crocodile leather interior


TopCar applied a crocodile leather interior on a Mercedes-Benz G65 AMG wearing a Hamann body kit. Towards the end of last year, Russian tuner TopCar launched the Inferno package for the Mercedes-Benz ML 63 AMG. Now they are back with another project based on a model coming from Stuttgart, but this time it's the more special G65 AMG which has received a Hamann Spyridon body kit.
Let's start from the outside and mention the carbon fiber bonnet, additional LED lights in the lower section of the bumper, modified rear fenders and apron, a triple exhaust arrangement, rear spoiler and a carbon fiber spare cover.
The highlight of this project is on the inside where the cabin has been wrapped around in a combination of crocodile leather and Alcantara together with quilted and perforated beige leather.

Source: TopCar

DMC Ferrari F12 SPIA Middle East Edition


DMC has launched a Middle East special edition of its SPIA package for the Ferrari F12 Berlinetta. The most visible change is the adoption of a carbon fiber wide body kit with a prominent lip splitter, hood, roof scoop, wider side skirts, 599XX-like spoiler wing and rear diffuser. There's also a center black strip painted in matte exclusively for this special edition. As a final touch, DMC mounted 21-inch front / 22-inch rear alloys shod in Pirelli Sport tires.
Aside from new clothes, the German tuner installed a titanium exhaust and remapped the ECU of the V12 6.2-liter engine, managing to increase output from 740 HP (544 kW) to 766 HP (563 kW). As a result, the F12 Berlinetta's top speed has increased from 211 mph (340 km/h) to 220 mph (354 km/h).

Source: DMC

Audi R8 by Prior Design and Famous Parts


Prior Design and Famous Parts have joined forces to customize an Audi R8. In charge of developing the GT-850 wide body kit was Prior Design which has made the car 6cm wider at the front and 8cm wider at the back. The body kit was installed by Famous Parts who also painted the vehicle in Pearl Matt White. This customized R8 now rides on three-part Rotiform forged alloys shod in Continental Sport Contact tires measuring 255/30 R20 front and 345/25 R20 rear.
Famous Parts also installed a Capristo flap sports exhaust system manufactured from stainless steel which includes four-fold sound selection and remote control. They also revised the air piping system and applied some software optimization. The entire customization program was conducted over a course of three months.

Source: Prior Design & Famous Parts


Audi A6 Avant by Senner Tuning


Senner Tuning has modified an Audi A6 Avant fitted with the 3.0-liter V6 TDI engine. The six-cylinder diesel produces 313 HP (230 kW) and 650 Nm (480 lb-ft) in its standard configuration, but after Senner Tuning worked its magic the V6 TDI now churns 374 HP (275 kW) and 776 Nm (572 lb-ft). They also installed a KW Street Comfort coil-over kit which can lower the car between 30 and 55mm.
Wheel choices include Varianza T1S and Sword SC1 which have a black front-polished finish with external beds that have been anodized to high gloss. These 9.5x20 two-part wheels are shod in Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta tires measuring 255/35 R20.
Aside from power bump and new shoes, Senner Tuning is also offering a sport air filter, power converter for the electronic gas pedal, along with a custom auxiliary heating system with iPhone control.

Source: Senner Tuning

23 November 2014

Mercedes CL65 AMG Grey Stone Edition by Anderson Germany


Anderson Germany has taken the wraps off their new Mercedes CL65 AMG Grey Stone Edition. Dressed in matte grey, the model is equipped with tinted taillights and a carbon fiber rear diffuser. The car also has black alloy wheels and carbon fiber trim on the roof, mirrors, window frames and door handles.
The carbon fiber theme continues in the cabin as there's carbon fiber inspired black leather upholstery and diamond-stitched white leather accents. The Grey Stone Edition also has carbon fiber trim and two-tone floor mats.
Under the hood, the twin-turbo 6.0-liter V12 engine has been equipped with a high-flow air filter, a sports exhaust system and an optimized ECU. This enables the model to produce 670 HP (492 kW) and 780 lb-ft (1056 Nm) of torque - an increase of 40 HP (29 kW) and 56 Nm (41 lb-ft) of torque. Performance specifications were not released, but the standard model accelerates from 0-100 km/h in 4.4 seconds and has an electronically-limited top speed of 250 km/h (155 mph).

Source: Anderson Germany

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