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Mercedes CLS tuned by Misha Designs

Submitted by on May 21, 2012 – 8:48 pmNo Comment

The guys from Misha Designs, an aftermarket specialist from Los Angeles, California, recently revealed their new body kit for the latest generation Mercedes CLS (2011). The new aero kit brings extensive modifications to the German four-door coupe, which now looks even more aggressive than in standard form.

The front of Misha Designs’ Mercedes CLS (2011) is dominated by a new spoiler with massive air intakes and by the modified hood, which feature two air vents for cooling the engine compartment. For the rear of the 2012 Mercedes CLS, Misha Designs offers a new bumper with an integrated diffuser and vents for cooling the rear brakes. The aerodynamic package also includes a boot lid spoiler and a discreet roof wing. The front side panels of the Misha Designs Mercedes CLS 2011 also features vents for keeping the front brakes cool.

Misha Designs’ CLS 2011 sits on a set of awesome 21-inch rims finished in black and low profile tires. No pricing has been announced.

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