MERCEDES CL W215

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While Mercedes-Benz wants us to leave the CL designation behind and move on to the new S-Class Coupe, the tuning scene is still making efforts to keep the previous generation of the German carmaker’s elegant coupe under the spotlights.

We’ve recently come across a comprehensive wide body kit for the W215 Mercedes-Benz CL and we wanted to share this with you. The new apparel of the CL comes from Poland, namely from developer Suhorovski Design, who usually like to play with Mercedes goodies, but also enjoys trying to trick people into believing its Lamborghini Gallardo is an Aventador.

The crew seems to have given the W215 CL a rather nice shine, as the car clearly stands out compared to the stock model, but doesn’t take any overkill risks. The customization job kicks off with an expressive front apron, which keeps its styling cues simple, but adds enough opening to provide the mechanical part of the car with all the air in the world.

The beefy fenders flow naturally into the CL, while the side skirts are generously sized and feature a clean design. In case you are wondering why the rollers filling up those arches seem familiar, that’s because these appear to be Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren wheels, to use the full designation.

The list of custom side elements is completed by massive front wing elements that feature a simple design. The same can’t be said about the rear apron though, which sports side air outlets, as well as a diffuser that wants to talk F1. The boot lid spoiler is sized accordingly.

Unlike on other Suhorovsky cars we’ve seen so far, the Mercedes-Benz CL sports a two-tone color job, with this being a case of Black and White play.