The Mercedes SLR was completely modified by some german specialists from CUT48 that have published their tuning program for the Mercedes SLR. The price of this package costs you $5,500 and it includes the paint of the car (Blue color), power kit from Edo Competition (ECU remapped), a completely new exhaust and other. If you [...]
Mansory is a German tuner that’s renown for making cars which have one thing that makes them stand out, they are incredibly ugly. After ruining the look of the Maserati GranTurismo S and the Range Rover among others.
Someday it seems that there’s just no end to what tuning companies can do. If they’re German, their unthinkable designs seem that much crazier. This is par for the course in the case of Graf Wecerle’s Ferrari 599 Comte Noir edition.
Just in case you’ve bought yourself a new Mercedes Benz E Class Convertible and you reckon you’re going to slip under the radar with it there’s two things you may need. Firstly, a head exam and secondly, some help from a German tuner called Piecha Design.
I know it would be nice every now and then to have a new aspirational car maker show us what they can really do but this isn’t that. The Hamann Victory II is actually a transformation package for the Lamborghini Gallardo LP560-4. A tuning package, a very interesting tuning package but a tuning package nevertheless.
That’s right folks, the German tuning legend that is Gemballa has risen once more and its first project is from the company that made them what they are; Porsche. Sadly, while the company came back to life, their founder Uwe Gemballa wasn’t so lucky.
Tuning companies are always supposed to come up with the next big thing, another wow moment, a new take on a car’s aesthetics and performance. Brabus is probably one of the best know companies in the business which should make every single one of their creations attract that much more attention.
I am a BMW fan but I reckon that even so, I will almost never come to terms with the way the BMW X6 looks. It’s so unnatural, it’s like a Swedish bikini model that’s taken up bodybuilding. If I were ever to like some sort of “evening gown” in which it’d look good it [...]
The German tuning company, AC Schnitzer has decided that if you go for a diesel powered estate version of the BMW 5 Series Touring you shouldn’t be left wanting. I mean, you’ve already made some sacrifices in order to go for the estate version and for an engine which doesn’t really move your soul.
I hate it when I have to go on and talk about tuned up Porsches. This mostly because of the process. Usually, the serious performance tuners target the Porsche 911 for updates and that’s why it’s such a problem.