Kicherer GL 42 Sport Black

Tuning

The German auto tuning firm Kicherer has recently announced the unveiling of what it calls the GL 42 Sport Black. This vehicle, based on the Mercedes-Benz GL-Class 420 CDI, was taken by Kicherer and had some finesse and some upgrades added. The power upgrades to the GL 42 Sport Back include a boost to the 4.2-liter CDI diesel engine, which sees a total power output of 375-horsepower and 664 lb-ft of torque.

The tuner also included the Kircherer PowerConverter that refines the response curve of the electronic gas pedal for a more springing acceleration. The tuning kit also features a sport exhaust system with twin pipes and a sharpened Airmatic suspension. The outside is in a matte black foil finish and the grille and Mercedes-Benz badges all re-done in black.

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