TopCar Can Sports Up Your Mercedes-Benz V-Class, But It Will Cost You Nearly €17,000

If they remade Scooby Doo’s Mystery Machine into something modern, what could be more appropriate than an intimidating V-Class?

While that’s probably not what Russian tuner TopCar had in mind when designing the Inferno kit for this Benz, you can’t help but notice how aggressive this looks compared to a regular model.

The kit features a new front and rear bumpers, custom hood, side skirts, front and rear fender extensions, rear diffuser and rear aerodynamic spoiler. Customers can already pre-order the kit, with the first ready-made cars coming at the beginning of October.

Also part of the kit are the custom exhaust tips as standard, while the Shark logo in the central grille, carbon fiber hood, fender extensions and rear spoiler are all optional extras.

Turning your Mercedes-Benz V-Class into an “Inferno” means spending 12,090 euros ($14,509) for the regular body kit, or 16,750 euros ($20,102) for the carbon fiber kit.

Either way, you’ll end up with something that people might be scared to approach.


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