Mercedes-Benz S550 Gets Murdered Out by MEC Design

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The Mercedes S-Class gets an aggressive look thanks to MEC Design.

Berlin-based aftermarket company MEC Design has just released an aggressive tuning program for the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. The W221-generation German luxury sedan is already the benchmark, but the MEC crew still saw some room for improvement. MEC has been working on Mercedes since their inception in 1999 and S550 project shows the evolution of the firm's work. It's given the big sedan a lowered electronic suspension and a stainless steel exhaust with quad tips.

Blacked-out, retro-style three-piece 21-inch wheels round out the package with super-low-profile rubber ten inches wide. Not to leave the interior out of the equation, MEC has installed such components as a custom sport steeing wheels, unique floor mats, piano black trim and an "earthquake" sound system.

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