Among the body kits provided by the Russian tuner is the Inferno, built specifically for the Mercedes GLE and GLE Coupe, and more recently the GLC Coupe too. It usually consists of new front and rear bumpers, redesigned fenders, new side skirts, a custom grille, custom wheels, a full carbon fiber hood and a carbon fiber rear diffuser.
For this particular build, TopCar placed the car on 22″ wheels and borrowed a shade of Violet from Porsche, before continuing with the theme inside. That’s where you’ll find S-Class style seats, re-trimmed with Nappa leather, plus loads of carbon fiber.
And we’re really not exaggerating when we say loads. It’s all over the steering wheel, center console, door panels, dashboard as well as behind and underneath the front seats. Topping things off is the contrast stitching.
While we don’t really know how much this car costs, we can still ballpark it, since a very similar GLE 63 S with the Inferno kit was priced at 13,950,000 RUB last year, the equivalent of some $245,000. And yes, that is a great deal more than what you’d normally pay for a stock GLE 63S, which in the U.S. is priced from just under $110,000.