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Mercedes-AMG S63 Slammed, Stanced And Boosted 11
Posted by Cristian Gnaticov in AMG, Inden-Design, mercedes, Mercedes AMG, Mercedes S63 AMG, tuning on 11 11th, 2017

The whole purpose of buying a Mercedes-Benz S-Class is to enjoy its luxury features, and, in the case of the AMG versions, its brutal power as well.

However, there are always owners unsatisfied with the way their rides look and handle, so they turn to various tuners to pump new blood into their cars, and/or strap some aftermarket parts to the bodies.

Inden Design is one of many companies offering a bundle of upgrades for Mercedes. Here, they’re focusing on the Mercedes-AMG S63, which now makes 700PS (690hp), after receiving the an MKB ECU tune, and a Capristo valve exhaust with an electronic control system.

The height adjustable control module, operable via the steering wheel, is also worth mentioning, as are the 10×22-inch front and 12×22-inch rear wheels, made by Inden Design and shod in 265/30 and 315/25 tires, respectively.

The German tuner has made the S63 50mm (nearly 2in) wider than the stock model thanks to the enlarged fenders, while also giving it new rocker panels and a rear diffuser with Black Series-inspired tailpipes.

Inden Design doesn’t say how much these upgrades cost, but given the original price of the car – €238,000 ($276,511), expect to pay a pretty penny.


Inden Design Creates Its Own Mercedes-Benz C63 Black 15
Posted by Brad Anderson in AMG, Galleries, Inden-Design, mercedes, Mercedes AMG, Mercedes C-Class, Mercedes C63 AMG, tuning on 09 15th, 2017

While many are waiting for a new C63 Black Series or the long-rumored C63 R, Inden Design has managed to create a Black Series of its own using the previous-generation C63.
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Inden Design Breathes Life Into The Mercedes SLS AMG 8
Posted by Brad Anderson in Galleries, Inden-Design, mercedes, Mercedes SLS AMG, tuning on 08 8th, 2017

The Mercedes-AMG GT is superior to the SLS AMG in every measurable way, but in the brand’s pursuit of rivaling the Porsche 911 and targeting a larger demographic, it doesn’t quite have the road presence of its predecessor.
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