TopCar’s wide body kit for the new 2012 ML63 AMG marks the first time that the Russian tuning firm worked on a Mercedes-Benz vehicle. TopCar has primarily created styling packages for BMWs and Porsches. TopCar has released its first renderings of the kit for the new ML63 AMG. What TopCar plans to offer for the model are a restyled front bumper fascia with LEDs, some side skirts, door skin panels, flared out fenders and flared quarter panel wheel arches as well as a modest rear bumper fascia.
TopCar didn’t modify the quad exhaust pipes. To get a cleaner aesthetic, the roof rails were removed.
When taken as a whole, the front and rear bumpers are similarly styled to the standard ML63 AMG. Meanwhile, the widened arches and sculpted door panels provide a striking Black Series appearance.
This body kit will use a lot of carbon fiber and Kevlar using the technology of vacuum molding. It’s likely that the first car will be unveiled in the spring of 2012.
The Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG’s design and equipment convey ultimate emotion, atmosphere, and dynamism. The V8 flagship model’s powerful appearance does not leave any room for doubt -- a true AMG characteristic.
Several specific visual modifications differentiate the new ML63 AMG from other variants in the M-Class lineup. For instance, at the front end, the Mercedes-Benz star sits in a characteristic radiator grille that features louvres high-gloss black paint with three trim strips in chrome. Meanwhile, the optionally available ILS or Intelligent Light System further enhances the clear-lens headlamps’ appearance.
AMG body styling includes an expressive front apron featuring three large air dams. The car’s trim strip at the apron’s bottom is done in matt silver chrome and provides an effective contrast, as well as produces a visual link with LED daytime running lamps’ surrounds. The two angled struts found in the front apron highlights the vehicle's width, just as the AMG-specific front wings do.
The struts are widened by 10 mm on each side and are able to elegantly accommodate the AMG light-alloy wheels. Integrated "V8 BITURBO" logos, meanwhile, hint at the extraordinary dynamism of the flagship AMG model.
Furthermore, the Mercedes-Benz ML63 AMG’s side sill panels visually form a link between the front and rear. Here, the rear apron echoes the front end’s style – with angled struts, big simulated air outlets, and matte silver chrome trim strip at the bottom lending the ML63 AMG an outstandingly powerful aura at its rear.