Misha Design has become synonymous with building some of the most aggressive body kits for German cars. After their ventures with the Porsche 911 and the BMW M3 netted positive results, the tuning firm has now taken another German vehicle under its wing.

This time, it’s the Mercedes CLS-Class four-door coupe. The luxury sports coupe’s aesthetic credentials are already a sight to behold on their own. But when Misha Design decided that a new wide body kit was in order, nobody really voiced their displeasure against it.

The new kit includes a plethora of new components, including a new front bumper, redesigned with bigger intakes, a gloss black chin spoiler, a retouched grille and bumper, new side skirts, new fenders, a rear diffuser, a roof spoiler, and a trunk spoiler.

Should you wish to add a splash of carbon fiber on the accessories, you can do so and Misha Design will be more than happy to oblige.

No powertrain modifications are in order. Nevertheless, expect the car to still a pack a wallop, thanks in large part to its 4.6-liter direct-injection twin-turbo V8 engine that produces an impressive output of 402 horsepower and 443 lb/ft of torque and a fuel economy of 17 city / 26 hwy.

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  (419) posted on 06.14.2012

More than getting surprised, I’d rather be thankful that the ponies have been empowered greatly. The case is Mercedes approached a designing company though.

  (677) posted on 06.7.2012

It seems like Misha Designs had an identity crisis; why was the performance more enhanced instead?

  (458) posted on 05.28.2012

I don’t understand how Misha Designs could tune it up greatly when it’s supposed to be more stylish. It’s not like I’m complaining though.

  (119) posted on 05.25.2012

Liking the black and white color scheme. Also 17 city/26 hwy isn’t bad for a twin turbo v8 engine.

  (570) posted on 05.24.2012

So, I thought Misha Designs would focus on its style, but I guess not; the engine has also been touched, thus, enabling it to exert more ponies now.

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