Mercedes ML350 Bluetec by Carlsson

Carlsson

The SUV has been given a subtle tuning package improving all areas of performance.

Last seen at the Frankfurt Motor Show with their take on the CLS 63 AMG, German tuners Carlsson is back with a tuning package for the new generation of ML's. Exterior refinements include a new set of 22-inch rims, chrome bumpers and a new stainless-steel exhaust system, the interior boasts leather and Alcantara trim, aluminum pedals and Carlsson-labeled sills, and the suspension has been modified so that the ML350 now has a closer relationship with the tarmac.

As a result of performance modifications, ML350 Bluetec by Carlsson delivers 258hp and 457lb-ft of torque. No other specs, including price and date of availability, have yet to be released.

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