Mercedes' little CUV gets a killer makeover kit.
Although it hasn't gotten too much love from any enthusiasts, the Mercedes-Benz GLA, that tiny crossover that looks like a jacked-up A-Class, may just have found its savior. Its harshest critics might not be convinced, but a Russian outfitter named Carbon Pro has just released images of its newest upgrade kit for the GLA. Sure, it may not turn it into an AMG GT, but some added snazzy elegance never hurt anybody. Working with a GLA 200, Carbon Pro has added a host of new body parts, all, as you can imagine, made of carbon fiber.
Of course, the upgrades are purely cosmetic, and include new carbon fiber side skirts, wing mirror caps, a carbon roof spoiler, new diffuser and rear window additions. Are these upgrades enough to make it any more favorable amongst its haters or turn it into a light, nimble sports car? Of course not. But they do help it stand apart in the crowd of jacked up hatchbacks we like to call crossovers.