Tuning specialist A.R.T. Is known for their incredible Mercedes-Benz tuning work, particularly on those fine G Class packages. Nowthe German tuner has unveiled its latest offering: a design package for the G Class, dubbed the G-Streetline Edition Sterling.
They took a V8-equipped Mercedes-Benz G400 CDI, then gave the diesel engine a new remapped ECU for a 41-bhp increase, giving the G-Streetline a 292 bhp rating, with torque of 624Nm. That kind of power needs a good exhaust system, which is why A.R.T. Provided a new sport exhaust system that has side-mounted stainless steel pipes. Each side gets three tailpipes, all coming in front of the rear wheel wells.
The new body kit provides the G Streetline with a wide profile. It includes larger wheel arches, a new LED-equipped front bumper, LED-equipped fender extensions, a bonnet that has quite a number of air inlets, a roof spoiler that has a LED brake light, and a rear bumper beset with LED rear and fog lamps. Additionally, the A.R.T. logo adorns several locations of the body kit. The car’s exterior features a two-tone finish, and prospective buyers can go for either Designo Alanit-gret and Magno blue-black.
The interior also gets a ton of attention, with seats upholstered in nappa leather in British Racing Green and Deisgno Anthracite Gray. The dashboard, console and the doors’ insides are also lined with carbon-fiber trim.
Rounding things out are light alloy 22-inchers from the tuner’s monoART1 line, fitted with 315/30R22 tires that should complement the wide profile perfectly.