Benz C63 Striker by Need4Speed

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Carbon-fiber body parts by Mode Carbon and new Vossen wheels gives the C63 AMG a menacing edge.

The latestMode Carbon aftermarket program is based on the Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG,with the work carried out by Need4Speed Motorsports. Dubbed the Striker, the rapid sedan has received a carbon makeover complete withMode Carbon’s V1 front lip and grille replacement. Glossy carbon fiber alsoadorns the rear in the form of a bootlid spoiler and rear diffuser.Enlarged fins, protruding trunk profile, a set of 20-inch Vossen CV3 alloys and fullKW3 suspension give the C63 a menacing silhouette.

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