Kicherer Gives the Mercedes-Benz M-Class Some Style

Tuning

German tuning for a German SUV.

The Mercedes-Benz M-Class is known for its standard all-around luxury SUV qualities. What it isn't known for is sporty styling and an aggressive stance. The crew over at Kicherer has developed a new styling kit called the Impact for the Mercedes SUV that accomplishes both in spades. The Impact body kit for the M-Class (known in-house as the W166) features changes for both the front and rear bumpers, including LED daytime running lights, mesh grilles, rear diffuser, wider fenders and new side skirts.

The SUV has been lowered by 25mm and sits on a set of fiercely-black 22-inch RS2 aluminum wheels. The interior of the M-Class features plenty of high-quality Nappa leather and Alcantara. Kicherer has added carbon fiber pieces throughout the interior as well. Kicherer's Impact body kit for the Mercedes-Benz M-Class will be available this summer for an as-of-yet undisclosed price.

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