A Russian firm called Topcar Design recently released details about its new body package for the Mercedes-AMG GLE 63. The product is called the “Inferno” package.
The tuner chose a black GLE 63 to showcase its Inferno kit. From the looks of it, the package blended smoothly with the Mercedes sport utility vehicle. The result was a more aggressive styling for the auto.
The GLE 63 is the first to benefit from Topcar Design’s Inferno package according to autoevolution. The kit offers carbon fiber upgrades in the exterior while the interior also gets a few updates.
Outside, the SUV is redesigned in the hood, bumpers, grille, side skirts, mirror caps, and rear diffuser. These are combined with aerodynamic components coming from carbon fiber materials.
Going inside, occupants of the SUV are welcomed by a full Nappa upholstery. The vehicle featured in the photos show a two-tone black mix complete with carbon fiber trim. In addition, diamond pattern stitches adorn its surfaces including the mats of the auto.
As for the engine of the GLE 63, the specialists decided to leave its stock configuration. Well, the SUV already possesses a powerful 5.4-liter V8 engine capable of producing up to 557 hp and 700 Nm of torque, so what more could you ask for?
However, in case you are not yet contented on the engine output of the Mercedes-AMG GLE 63 Inferno, you could opt to get mechanical improvements from the partners of Topcar Design namely Akrapovic and Brembo.