Posted on: May 23, 2012 | 16,400 reads

Mercedes-Benz ML ‘Typhoon’ by GSC

The aftermarket developer is hard at work turning over a multitude of makeovers for an assortment of premium vehicles.
German Special Customs are clearly on a mission to get as many tuning packages to market as humanly possible, and following a couple of Aventador tuning programs, a Porsche Panamera Turbo, a Mercedes-Benz CLS63 AMG and a G-Class, all released in the past few days, they now have something to offer for the ML. Dubbed the Typhoon, the premium SUV gets a huge carbon-fiber front bumper, oversized air intakes, LED daytime running lights, fog lights, new side skirts, and a carbon-fiber hood & front grille.
Mercedes S63 AMG Coupe Touches Down in New York This is the BMW 228i with Track Handling Package 2015 Kia Sedona is One Sexy Minivan
At the rear GSC has added a carbon-fiber rear fascia with integrated diffuser and quad exhaust. Completing the package is a set of custom alloys. As with previous releases the project is currently a rendering and German Special Customs hope to turn all their ideas into a reality in the near future.
Mercedes-Benz ML ‘Typhoon’ by GSC
Mercedes-Benz ML ‘Typhoon’ by GSC
Mercedes-Benz ML ‘Typhoon’ by GSC
Mercedes-Benz ML ‘Typhoon’ by GSC
Mercedes-Benz ML ‘Typhoon’ by GSC
Mercedes-Benz ML ‘Typhoon’ by GSC



by Adam Lynton
Mercedes-Benz ML ‘Typhoon’ by GSC
15 comments - view full discussion