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Inden Design Tunes The 2014 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz C-Class was given an aftermarket package by Inden Design. Aside from providing a number of visual enhancements on the latest C-Class, the tuning specialist also provided the luxury vehicle some performance upgrades to complement its new appearance. Inden Design selected the C 180 model featuring the AMG Line package for its customized package for the C-Class. The tuning specialist changed the stock wheels of the C-Class with brand-new 20-inch five double-spoke wheels from Barracuda Racing Wheels. A new set of Dunlop Sport Maxx tires measuring 235/30R20 in front and 275/25R20 at the back. The vehicle was also given a set of custom suspension that lowered its ride… Continue Reading »

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Inden Design and Binz Sport Work on Mercedes-Benz A-Class

Binz Sport and Inden Design have worked together on a couple of modified Mercedes-Benz A-Class (W 176) units, with the custom cars set to be shown in Hattingen at an upcoming Mercedes-Benz meet. The A-Class models in question have been given some ‘small but effective’ design modifications. There’s a carbon-fiber front spoiler lip, carbon side sills, and a carbon-fiber rear diffuser with cutouts for the quad exhausts that are the same as the ones on the C 63 AMG Black Series. There will be an option for the W 212 E-Class AMG tailpipes if the Black Series variant isn’t your thing. Red A-Class springs are used for the suspension with… Continue Reading »

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Inden Design Pimps Up The Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster

A Borrasca tuning package was given by Inden Design recently to the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Roadster. The tuning package gave the vehicle a design similar to the SLS AMG Black Series. The tuning package includes a front fascia featuring a carbon fiber splitter, enhanced hood, sturdy fenders, vented side skirts and a rear apron featuring air vents that have a diffuser. The 6.2-liter naturally-aspirated V8 engine gives it an output of 635HP from the original 571HP. A stainless steel exhaust system featuring sound-controlling valves and ECU remap were used by Inden Design to attain the increased output of the engine. The tailpipes are made of authentic AMG components. The Mercedes-Benz… Continue Reading »

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Katja Runiello on a Mercedes SLS AMG by Inden Design

Have you noticed that all car models are women? Obviously it is because men are usually the ones buying the cars, so in order to get their attention they should get sexy and pretty ladies to promote the cars. This is what Inden Design did; they got Katja Runiello, a German television personality, to ride their new creation. As much as it is naturally inevitable that you get enchanted with Katja’s beauty, I think you should also look at the tuning kit made by Inden Design. Based on the Mercedes SLS AMG, they created a kit that’s 623HP with the aid of a new exhaust system and a software upgrade… Continue Reading »

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S500 Gets Inden Design Treatment

It’s always a tough task for tuners to give the Mercedes-Benz S-Class a tuning package, since it naturally already comes with some of the latest and greatest technology you can equip an automobile. Well, tuners are certainly still welcome to try—a challenge that German firm Inden Design was only too happy to accept with the S500. Inden Design’s treatment will be bridging the gap between the S500 and the S65 AMG, and this is accomplished via some engine, exterior and interior tweaks. Starting things off is a stainless steel exhaust system that helps give the V8 power plant an output of 420 horsepower. Inden Design took the braking system from… Continue Reading »

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Inden Design’s SL 63 AMG tuning kit

The SL63 AMG is something you won’t want to keep your hands from. That is exactly the case with the boys down at Inden Design who have decided to create a high-performance wide body tuning kit for the hardtop roadster. And guess what? They’ve already put a price tag on it—19,000 euros in its most basic form. Optional additions include a €3,500 bonnet, an €800 carbon fiber rear diffuser, and a €999 apron for the front. Labor would cost you around €8,000, while another €7,500 is needed to get your car a lacquer finish. Add all that up and you get to around €38,000 total. It doesn’t end there, though…. Continue Reading »

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