Mercedes-Benz GL Tuned by Larte Design

Larte Design, the luxury tuning company and the professional in customizing cars signed by brands like Range Rover, Mercedes Benz or Infiniti is surprising everyone with a new project. It enters the US market with a special package for the 2014 Mercedes Benz GL: Black Crystal.

Black Crystal Package by Larte Design

You might wonder what’s so great about this package. If you’ve followed a bit of Larte’s evolution you might know that their strong points revolve around the advanced performance and the unique design.

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On the outside, the Black Crystal package brings a fiercer body kit, alluring alloy wheels and an imposing exhaust system. Its front bumper includes crystalline accents, LED running lights, edges shaped in a crystal style, air inlets and carbon-fiber inserts. Only the best for a professional package. But Larte doesn’t stop here!

On both the front and read end Larte brought side skirts and fender flares. Combine that with forged, alloy wheels of 11×22 inches and you’ve got yourself a dangerous beast that everyone will admire.

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This one-of-a-kind SUV includes a 4-pipe stainless steel exhaust system that was upgraded by the famous manufacturer, Remus. And you must admit that the guys here did their best taking into account the product’s interesting shape that includes steel on the inside and decorations of carbon on the outside.

On the inside, the bar isn’t lower than what was already discussed. The Wetterauer company added extra power, changing the V6 diesel engine to reach 290hp and 508 lb-ft of torque. This improvement comes from the modest initial figures of 258 hp and 457 lb-ft of torque.

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Mercedes is not the only brand that enjoyed a special attention with this Black Crystal package. Larte also creates kits for other SUVs like  Infiniti QX60, QX70, QX80 or the Range Rover Evoque. As you can imagine these kits are drop-dead gorgeous and aggressive, just like these cars deserve. The cherry on top is represented by the alloy wheels equipped with Michelin tires.

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