Following the release of its Mercedes SLS AMG program last May, MEC Design has gone ahead and introduced their latest Silver Arrow project. However, this time they are focusing their attention on the sporty and luxurious CLS 500.

Included in the styling and aerodynamic kit are new modified bumpers with LED fog lights and daylights, a new ’Extreme’ diffuser on the rear, new side skirts, a three-piece trunklid spoiler, and a rear roof spoiler. In addition to that, the CLS 500 was also given a refreshed grille, LED mirror covers, a decidedly sexy and sleek full matte black foil wrap, four stainless steel pipe tips, and a set of 20" mecxtremeIII full matte black finish alloy wheels that have been wrapped in 285/25 ZR 20 tires. Inside, the CLS 500 receives a new carbon and leather steering wheel to go with new floormats.

MEC Design’s program concentrated on the styling and aerodynamic elements of the CLS 500, opting to leave the car’s 4.6-liter V8 engine that produces an output of 402 horsepower and 443 lb/ft of torque largely untouched.

Not that it should matter because the CLS 500 is already one that has its fair share of high-powered ponies under its hood.

  • 2011 Mercedes CLS 500 MEC Design
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    4.6-liter V8 engine
  • Horsepower @ RPM:
    402 horsepower
  • Torque @ RPM:
    443 lb/ft of torque
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  (410) posted on 12.15.2011

In spite of having only a matte body paint, I still find it very exclusive and classy on that. Moreover, it looks so decent on its exterior detailing, and it’s a good thing as well that it has an efficient engine.

  (474) posted on 12.12.2011

Is it already the official outlook of this CLS 500? Well, if it is, I can say that it is kind of impressive on that. I also noticed that the design of its wheels really looks so cool, and it’s a good thing that it has an efficient engine.

  (647) posted on 07.25.2011

What are you saying?The lame color makes it cool? HAHAHA. How come a lame color makes the car cool? For me, It doesn’t make any senses why they put that grayish color on that car.

  (474) posted on 07.20.2011

I’m looking forward to more upgrades of this car since the engine is still untouched. However, it’s lame color makes it more cool and shows uniqueness compared to other painted cars.

  (401) posted on 07.19.2011

wow! MEC Design really did a great job on this CLS 500. I love the way they give more color to this wonderful car. Plus the fact that they still use the same engine that means it still has the pure power of the original one.

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